Christian Singh of the New Jersey band A Boy Named John joined The Don and Grizz to discuss the goosebump moments in the band's music. There are quite a few that we cover and one particular one we play 3+ times it is so good.
The Don and Grizz have a fun and lively chat with Nick from Yacht Rock Revue for The Don's Hit List. We go through many examples of what makes Yacht Rock Revue a MUST see live show. We also discuss their upcoming album "Hot Dads In Tight Jeans"
Bob Nanna (Braid, Hey Mercedes) joins The Don's Hit List to go through the goosebump moments in music he has been a part of in his career. We even take fan suggestions of moments they stated gave them goosebumps and Bob was candid about these moments.
Vinnie Dombroski of the band Sponge joined the The Don's Hit List to go through the goosebump moments in their landmark album "Rotting Pinata". So many great stories about the songs as well as the title track from "Wax Ecstatic"
Ray Carlisle of Teenage Bottlerocket joined The Don's Hit List to go over some of the goosebump moments in the band's songs.
Keith Howland (guitar) of the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame band Chicago joins The Don's Hit List to go through goosebump moments on stage, the upcoming Christmas album, the upcoming Clearwater Jazz Holiday (https://www.clearwaterjazz.com/) and the incredible moment at the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Induction performance of "25 or 6 to 4". Keith also tells a rare fact about that song.
"Here is one of the top rock groups in the world: The Association." These were the words used by Ed Sullivan when he introduced this iconic band on his television program in 1967. Jim Yester, who wrote several of the songs for the band and also performed Lead Vocals/guitar/keyboards on several songs joined The Don's Hit List Podcast to go through the many goosebump moments in the songs. In fact, Jim on at least three occasions said he had goosebumps while doing this podcast. That is the goal of the program. So sit back, get in the DeLorean and travel back to the 60s and 70s with Jim Yester. This was an incredible interview.
The legendary songwriter, producer, guitarist and vocalist Jim Messina (Loggins and Messina, Buffalo Springfield, Poco) joined The Don's Hit List to discuss his upcoming shows in 2020 as well as the songs "You Mama Don't Dance", "Travelin' Blues", "Be Free" as well as what it was like during the Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and Loggins and Messina projects.
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A Podcast/Radio Show where the artists discuss the goosebump moments in their music w/ The Don and Grizz. Featured on FAB Radio International Manchester, UK and Madness To Creation.