It's Journey's Jonathan Cain
Jonathan has called Nashville home for the past four years, and one thing he has done is energize our local Make a Wish. Listen to the story that changed his life.
Mr. Alan White on the Drums!
Jon Anderson has been the voice of a generation, being out front as the vocalist for Yes.
My 'classic' Yes line-up was Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Alan White. WOW! What a talented band.
There have been many line-up changes over the years, and right now Yes tours with a guy who might sound a lot like Jon Anderson, but has turned that band into a tribute act.
Jon Anderson has been recording new music that you can check out, "Survival and Other Stories."
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If you liked Sam Kinison, you'll love Bill Burr.
Here's Bill in the studio: Bill Burr
This is how I became Joe Elvis.
We Rock it for the ride home.
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How many times do you surf videos late at night?! Not at work, right? I get locked in a groove of stuff I like, and was checking out New York Dolls, Ramones, Replacements videos, and came across one I hadn't heard in a long time.
Johnny Thunders - You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory.
Johnny was a member of the New York Dolls, and then did his solo gig. He died a freaky unsolved death in 1991 in New Orleans.
Guns and Roses covered this one on the Spaghetti Incident.
I saw them open for Tom Petty at Starwood. They came out wearing dresses, played about 5 songs and walked off stage! Needless to say, they didn't last on that Tom Petty tour.
This one is from later in their career after they 'cleaned up' a bit. Always a great one from The Replacements.
My final tour of band disaster on the vid's was Badfinger. They were destined to be the Beatles lite; signed to Apple Records, songs co-written and produced by McCartney, the whole world in front of them, except for a horrible management deal that left them broke.
Their songs were great! This is one of the best.