Ken Mansfield, author of several books including “The Roof: The Beatles’ Final Concert” (he worked at Apple Corps at the time of the concert and was on the roof with The Beatles during the rooftop concert) talks about the 50th anniversary of the release of “Let It Be.”
Jim Peterik talks about “Empty Arena” — a song he composed in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and the postponements/cancellations of concerts and live music performances. He discusses writing the song, how it benefits MusicCares, what musicians can do during this time, as well as his contributions to the upcoming Dennis DeYoung solo album, and more.
David Clayton-Thomas (former longtime lead singer in Blood, Sweat & Tears) talks about his March, 2020, album “Say Somethin’“, writing songs about society, the gun violence situation in the United States, creating music in the studio, and more.
Anita Pointer talked about her new book “Fairytale: The Pointer Sisters’ Family Story,” co-authored with her brother Fritz. She talks about putting the book together, stories of her family, and the music of The Pointer Sisters (Luc is joined by Scorch from sister station 92.9 The X):
Thom Gimbel, multi-instrumentalist with Foreigner, talked about his quarter-century with the group, playing the music of the band, the talent of Mick Jones, and much more (the band will be at Treasure Island Resort & Casino on March 13th):