re: BE MY BABY:
The Ronettes - "My One And Only Baby" ... in E-Flat, 1963 ... AKA "Be My Baby" - work in progress. Were the lyrics even written yet?
Not really sure how great a producer Phil Spector actually was; it seems Sonny Bono was in control of this production! Takes #26 & #27, only to find, who is it, The Wrecking Crew?, are playing too fast! Drummer, Hal Blaine, gets scolded for not paying attention! :)
And, yes, I donated to the Wrecking Crew film, if it ever gets released!
And, why is it, wherever the Wrecking Crew played, bootleg CDs surface? :)
I have included this ONLY because of its historical value (and the recent mention in our pages of the passing of Estelle Bennett). Drummer Hal Blaine wasn't being "scolded" ... it was a joke ... how does a DRUMMER play in E-Flat??? (Being a drummer, I'd have figured you would have gotten this one!!!) Yes, it's WAY too fast ... but these backing tracks were often recorded before the artists were brought into the studio to add their vocals ... this doesn't mean that the vocals "hadn't been written yet" ... they just weren't there in the studio to sing them! Still a cool glimpse behind the scenes into what can only be called a landmark recording session. (And thank you for donating to the making and release of the film ... others can do the same here) kk :
Click here: The Wrecking Crew Movie Tommy Tedesco, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Don Randi, Glen Campbell, Earl Palmer
Scroll back to yesterday's Weekend Comments Posting to see if there are any upcoming screenings in your area! (kk)
So sad to hear about Estelle Bennett passing and to find out she was homeless at one time. It seems like quite a few of our past rock and roll stars followed this pattern. So many were taken advantage of. They did their work for the love of singing and entertaining and not the money.
As explained below, Estelle passed away back in 2009. Far too many of these stars ended up penniless at some point in their lives. (kk)
It was nice to see the obit and be reminded again about the passing of Estelle Bennett -- but she passed on almost two years ago -- that is not quite "current" news.
I think the reason Fred Vail sent that in was because it was tied into the two year anniversary of her death ... no, not "current news" but, hey, we're still talking about the death of Buddy Holly (see below) some 50+ years later!!! (Besides, I think this was just another way for Fred to tell one of his awesome concert / Brian Wilson stories!!! And that's just FINE with me!) kk
We've been telling you about the new Buddy Holly book "Hey Buddy", written by Gary W. Moore. FH Reader Frank B. has been reading it and sends us this report / excerpt:
You might know this guy from WLS radio in Chicago, Bob Hale.
Back in 1959, he was working at KRIB-AM, in Mason City, Iowa.
On 2/2/59, he was host & MC for The Winter Dance Party at the Surf Ballroom in neighboring Clear Lake.
Next day, his show started at 10 AM. At 10:10 AM he got a call from Carroll Anderson. (He ran the Surf Ballroom). Here's how the conversation between Bob and Carroll unfolded:
"Bob, they're dead," Carroll said.
"What?", Bob asked. He didn't understand who Carroll was talking about. "Who's dead?"
"Their plane went down just north of town," Carroll continued with deep emotion in his voice." They're all lying out in that corn field now. They're all dead, Bob."
My God! Carroll was talking about Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper.
"Are you sure it's their plane? Are you sure they're all dead?" asked Bob, hoping for a different answer.
"Yes. They're all dead. All of them."
"I made the sorrowful announcement on the air," continued Bob.
Stay tuned. More to come.
From the book " Hey Buddy," written by Gary W. Moore.
Those of us who were around at the time certainly remember the shock of rock and roll music's first great tragedy ... even this early on in their careers, their music had already touched our lives ... but imagine being two of the people who were with these young stars the night before on stage at The Surf Ballroom. While I haven't read it yet, "Hey Buddy" appears to be a fascinating and insightful book, highly recommended by quite a few of our readers. It apparently goes into quite a bit of detail about the crash and the crash site, the pilot and more, covering areas not really explored before surrounding this sad tragedy. We can only recommend that you pick up a copy if this is a topic of interest to you ... sounds like it is very well done. (kk)
re: ROBIN LUKE:
I came across your blog when looking on the net for the release and chart dates of Robin Luke's Susie Darlin', which I bought when I was 7 years old back in the fall of 1958. I've always loved that song and time has not diminished it in any way. I am a blind computer user and have a program that reads to me what is written on the screen. I found the blogs about the interview with Robin Luke but can't find the actual interview. Can you tell me where on your site I can find it? Also, I have an alternate take of Susie Darlin' which I obtained when purchasing the song again some times during the 80s or 90s. I would have thought that version would have been on the Bear Family CD containing Robin Luke's songs, but it isn't. Anyway, if you could send me the link for that interview and conversation, I certainly would be grateful.
Robin Luke became a pretty popular topic of discussion with our readers recently ... in fact, after our initial interview piece ran, we featured several follow-up pieces as well.
You might start looking here ... and then continue to scroll forward to insure that you don't miss any of the discussion. While reading, you'll find out all about the "alternate version" of "Susie Darlin'" that Robin recorded ... and also learn that he's hoping to take his act out on the road again now that he's officially retired from his Professors Job at The University of Missouri. Enjoy! (kk)
I use my mp3 player more for replays of recorded RON & FEZ Satellite radio shows. BUT ... I also keep about 50 songs on it.
Here's an experiment ... Make a 50 song playlist of favorites on your own mp3 player ...MAKE THE PLAYLIST THE ONE YOU LISTEN TO DAILY.
Then as you get sick of a song ... (no matter how much you think you love it) ...
I'd be curious to see what makes YOUR final 10 or 5 Songs that you just can't get enough of!
MAYBE THE RESULTS COULD BE COMBINED TO MAKE A 'MASTER' MUST HEAR LIST (or start eliminating from that 'master' for the ultimate)
First I said to myself that I definitely was not going to e-mail you with a comment on Sunday's Comments ... but I always look forward to your website's comments and they inspire me to send something along.
A reader mentioned Tommy James' book, ME, THE MOB AND MY MUSIC. I sent off for that two weeks ago and read it in its entirety last weekend. I am not much into
reading books, especially one like this, but I enjoyed it and it was a great read if any of your readers want to know.
Yep, there's the 4:18 commercial single version that surprised the heck out of me when I bought it. Evidently, I had grown accustomed to hearing the "deejay edit" ... and THAT'S the one I fell in love with. Seriously, there isn't a person I've ever met who didn't love this song ... I can't begin to tell you how many times over the years I've had to tell people who and what it is ... so I certainly hope some of the deejays on the list gave it another spin! Meanwhile, here's a fairly clean version of the deejay edit:
I remember hearing a DJ on an oldies station sometime in the late 1990's intro this song by saying "if you're thinking about commiting suicide, please change the station now". I found that to be in poor taste ... I remember the station was WBIG in Washington DC but don't remember what DJ said it.
I've actually got the short version of the song on a promotional 45 (I also have the long version on a promotional 45), and to me, the short version has never sounded right -- it's pretty obvious that something's been edited out at the point that the edit happens. (If you need a dub of the edit version, I can dig the 45 out and supply one).
Thanks, Tom, but I actually had the short version on an old British Hits compilation album that I bought back in the '70's. (Consider this one of the EXTREMELY rare instances when I DON'T need to get a copy from you!!! lol)
Because this is the way I grew up hearing this song, it still sounds right to me ... and is my preference ... but they've played the long version with the solo for over 40 years now so it really has become the "accepted" version. (Now I've got to get a good, clean copy of "I Love You" by People with the deejay edit ... it's a shorter and completely different mix than the version commercially available ever since. This is yet another case of where the song just hasn't sounded right to me for over 40 years now because this ISN'T the way we heard it on the radio. We featured it once before awhile back (FH Reader Clark Besch sent us a copy) but it wasn't a very clean version. (kk)
re: NOW HERE'S AN INTERESTING OPPORTUNITY:
I was very surprised to receive this from Billy Hinsche the other day ... what a clever idea ... and what a GREAT opportunity to work with a music legend!
Check it out:
Let’s Play Guitar!
Guitar lessons taught via the Internet by Billy Hinsche
For the very first time in his long and illustrious career, veteran musician Billy Hinsche is offering personalized, one to one guitar lessons from his home in Las Vegas via SKYPE video. All you need is a computer with a camera, a SKYPE account, and a desire to learn. Billy says, “It’s never too late to learn how to play the guitar.”
Chose a SKYPE name and password - it's easy and FREE.
Here's the link for MAC users:
Here's the link for Windows users:
For any questions regarding guitar lessons, you can send a private message to Billy on Facebook or you can write Billy at email@example.com - serious inquiries only, please.
Learn how to:
Set up and tune your guitar
Maintain and care for your instrument
Play chords, progressions and patterns
Read a chord chart (standard and Nashville system)
Understand the basic fundamentals of music theory
Play different “feels” like straight ahead rock, shuffles, ballads, and more
Play in different time signatures like 4/4 (standard) and 3/4 (waltz time)
Play your favorite song
Write a song using the chords you have learned, and much more …
Billy says, “You are invited into my home - and I look forward to working with you in the familiar and comfortable setting of your own living room, den, office or wherever. I have a casual, unstructured approach to my lessons and I think we can have some fun while learning how to play the guitar. My stories and anecdotes about the incredible people I have met and worked with over the last 45 years, the advice on your career and how to be a better professional musician, and my rock ‘n’ roll travel tips are all free - but here’s what my personalized guitar lessons will cost.”
Prices: (Please visit Billy's website for all the details ...
we are unable to publish pricing here.)
By the way, when we say "music legend" we're speaking with the highest regard and respect ... just check out this guy's resume!!! (kk)
Billy is a founding member of the ‘60s pop group Dino, Desi & Billy and longtime touring and recording member of the Beach Boys, the Carl Wilson Band, the Brian Wilson Band and is currently the Musical Director for the Al Jardine Band.
He has also worked with, recorded with, or shared the stage with Elton John, Eric Clapton, Ray Charles, Ringo Starr, Jimmy Page, Nigel Olsson, Joe Walsh, Paul Simon, Ronnie Spector, Steve Miller, Jackson Browne, Warren Zevon, Joan Jett, Willie Nelson, Darlene Love, Billy Joel, Julio Iglesias, Chicago, LaToya Jackson, America, The Doobie Brothers, David Cassidy, Three Dog Night, Van Dyke Parks, Lowell George, Keith Moon, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Mick Taylor, Denny Laine, The Moody Blues, Gordon Waller, Roger McGuinn, Jan & Dean, Burton Cummings, Belinda Carlisle, Paul Shaffer, Max Weinberg, Eric Carmen, Christopher Cross, The Everly Brothers, Charles Lloyd, Glen Campbell, Sugar Ray, Ambrosia, Matthew Sweet, The Captain & Tennille, Sonny & Cher, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Righteous Brothers, John Sebastian, Michelle Phillips, Denny Doherty, Carnie & Wendy Wilson and many, many others.
As a songwriter, Billy has written songs with Brian Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Carl Wilson and his songs have been recorded by Dean Martin, Nelson Riddle, Carl Wilson and Dino, Desi & Billy. He has written a network television theme song “Automan” and one of his compositions “Patria” appeared in the I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Television Special. His solo CDs include Bay of Plenty, Mixed Messages, and Billy Hinsche Live At The Cannery.
He has appeared on every major television show of the ‘60s including Shindig, Shivaree, Hullabaloo, Mike Douglas, Joey Bishop, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr.’s Thanksgiving Day Special, Where The Action Is and the Ed Sullivan Show. Other televised appearances include Solid Gold, The Midnight Special, Dick Clarks’ Rockin’ New Year’s Eve, The Beach Boys 25th Anniversary from Hawaii, Live Aid and Farm Aid.
Billy has performed at every major prestigious venue in the world including the Hollywood Bowl, the Greek Theatre, the LA Forum, the LA Coliseum, the Rose Bowl, the Hula Bowl, Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, Boston Garden, the Spectrum, the Georgia Dome, Soldier Field, Oakland Stadium, Foxboro Stadium, Giant Stadium, Yankee Stadium, Three Rivers Stadium, JFK Stadium, Riverfront Stadium, RFK Stadium, Wembley Stadium (UK), Canadian National Exhibit, Maple Leaf Gardens, Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Pine Knob Theater, Merriweather Post Pavilion and many more; including performances for Presidents Carter, Ford and Bush (Sr.) and a special show at the White House for President and Mrs. Reagan and the Kennedy family’s Special Olympics organization.
As an archivist, he has licensed rare historical footage and has appeared as a spokesperson in television documentaries and DVDs about the Beach Boys including The Beach Boys: An American Band (1985), Endless Harmony for VH-1 (1998), Brian Wilson for A&E Biography (1999), Andere Tijden on the making of Holland (Netherlands 2009), Brian Wilson Songwriter (UK 2010) and is a noted documentary filmmaker himself having produced and directed Dennis Wilson Forever – Interviews With The People Who Knew Him Best, 1974 - On The Road With The Beach Boys, The Road Well Traveled, Know the Road, One in a Million, and is currently working on a new film about the late Carl Wilson. He made a well received video called “Play Songs of the Beach Boys for Homespun Tapes and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Motion Pictures / Television from UCLA.
Billy sits on the Board of Directors for the Carl Wilson Foundation.
Testimonials from students:
Billy has been teaching both guitar and piano to students ranging from 6 to 60 for over 15 years and here’s what some of them have to say about working with him:
“The Internet is a blessing, for sure, but having access to Billy Hinsche to teach me guitar via the Internet was a godsend! His patience and technique is so far superior to anything I have ever encountered and his stories alone are worth the price of admission!” - Scott Sandler (Scottsdale, AZ)
You really surprised me. I never thought you'd be able to find one.
The picture you printed is the exact model I have. When they first came out, I only had a few different tapes. Every month they'd come out with some new ones. I bought them all, whether I liked them or not, just to have a variety to listen to.
ROCK LEGENDS CRUISE TO SET SAIL LATER THIS YEAR WITH ALL-STAR BAND
NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION TAPS ZZ TOP, GEORGE THOROGOOD AND OTHERS TO ROCK THE WAVES ABOARD LIBERTY OF THE SEAS
The first-ever Rock Legends Cruise in support of the work of the Native American Heritage Association is slated to depart Fort Lauderdale on December 1 of this year aboard The Royal Caribbean Line’s Liberty of the Seas. Headlining the five day cruise is "That little ol' band from Texas," Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top and George Thorogood and The Destroyers who bring their “Bad To The Bone” approach to the high seas. The unprecedented cruise will benefit NAHA’s mission to provide emergency assistance and self-help programs to the Sioux Native Americans living on reservations in South Dakota. Along with ZZ Top and Thorogood, the Rock Legends Cruise includes
multiple performances from John Kay and Steppenwolf, The Marshall Tucker Band, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Foghat, Johnny Winter, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, Blackfoot, Pat Travers, and SwampDaWamp.
It is expected that upwards of 3,200 music fans will be aboard the ship, one of the most biggest, fastest and luxurious passenger vessels in service today, served by a crew of 1,300 on 18 decks. With a gross tonnage of 160,000, it can truly be said that the rock-themed benefit voyage will be a "heavy" experience for both bands and fans. The ship,
almost as long as four football fields, cruises at 21.6 knots, is scheduled for port stops in the Bahamas that include Coco Cay and Nassau. The main attraction of the cruise is, of course, multiple performances by the Rock Legends bands aboard in four different on-
board venues, The Deck, The Platinum Theater, Studio B and The Sphinx. The ship also features on-board surfing thanks to its FlowRider wave generator, an ice skating rink, a boxing ring, a full-sized volleyball / basketball court, cantilevered whirlpools and range of gourmet restaurants.
NAHA President David G. Myers commented, “We are very excited to be offering music fans and friends a unique opportunity to experience five days of brilliant musical performances from these true Rock Legends in a setting that is without equal. Our hope is that this innovative approach to fundraising will increase our ability to serve Native American communities in need tenfold.”
Rock Legends Cruise info / ticket purchase: www.rocklegendscruise.com
Rock Legends Cruise toll free number (888) 666-1499
About the artists:
ZZ Top – Billy F Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard came together as ZZ Top in Houston, TX, 41 years ago and have the distinction of being the longest running unchanged personnel line-up of any major band in history. Their numerous hits include “LaGrange,” “Tush,” “Sharp Dressed Man,” “Legs,” “Gimme All Your Lovin’” and others. The band has been named Official Heroes of the State of Texas and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 by Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.
George Thorogood and The Destroyers – George Thorogood has released twenty-six albums over the course of a career that began thirty-five years ago in his native Delaware. Among the hits associated with Thorogood are “Bad to the Bone, “ “Move It On Over,” “House Rent Boogie,” “Who Do You Love,” “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer.” Band members include Jim Suhler, Buddy Leach, Jeff Simon and Billy Blough. The last named members have been with The Destroyers since the mid-1970s.
John Kay and Steppenwolf – The origins of the band date back to 1968 when East German - born John Kay (nee Joachim Fritz Krauledat) formed the original Steppenwolf in Los Angeles. Their initial hits included the biker anthem “Born To Be Wild,” (featured in the film Easy Rider) as well as “Magic Carpet Ride, “Rock Me” and “Monster.” The band’s
current line-up includes Michael Wilk, Ron Hurst, Danny Johnson and, of course, “the alpha wolf” John Kay.
The Marshall Tucker Band – The band, since its formation in Spartanburg, SC in 1971, has been one of the standard-bearers of ‘Southern Rock.” Their eclectic approach which fused jazz and country with rock has earned them legions of fans as did their touring with the Allman Brothers Band. Their albums have sold in the millions and their big hits “Can’t You See” and “Heard It In A Love Song” are staples of the classic rock radio format. The current MTB line-up is Doug Gray, Pat Elwood, B.B. Borden, Marcus James Henderson, Stuart Swanlund and Rick Willis.
Dickey Betts & Great Southern - A founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, Dickey Betts is the writer and voice of the group’s breakthrough hit “Ramblin Man.” He also wrote the band’s Grammy-winning “Jessica” and, among other compositions, “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” and “Blue Sky.” He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 and is listed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.
Foghat - Founded in the UK as a spin-off from Savoy Brown in the 1970s, Foghat’s blues - rock / boogie approach earned the band five gold albums. Their hits include “I Just Wanna Make Love To You” and “Fool For The City” and their current Anglo-American line-up, including founding member Roger Earl, has been in place for the past six years.
Johnny Winter – Beaumont, TX was where Winter began a musical career that is totally rooted in the blues. Widely known along his native Gulf Coast, his big break came in 1968 when Mike Bloomfield invited him to join with him at the Fillmore East for a “Super Session” concert that included Al Kooper. He was soon signed directly to Columbia Records and given what was then the largest advance in the history of the recording industry. He was a featured performer at the Woodstock Festival in 1969 and was inducted into the Blues Foundation’s Hall of Fame in 1988
Molly Hatchet – The band was founded in Jacksonville, FL in 1975 and would, after signing with Epic Records, chalked up a string of three consecutive Platinum-certified album: their self-titled debut, Flirtin’ with Disaster, the follow up that went Double Platinum, and Beatin’ The Odds. Today, Molly Hatchet is Bobby Ingram, Phil McCormack, John Galvin, Dave Hlubek, Tim Lindsey and Shawn Beamer.
The Outlaws – Formed in Tampa, FL in the earlier 1970’s, The Outlaws broke through nationally with “Green Grass and High Tides” and earned a reputation as one of the greatest touring live bands of all time fuels by guitar-driven country-rock and stellar three-part harmonies. Today’s Outlaws are original singer / guitarist Hendry Paul and original drummer Monte Yoho with Chris Anderson, Billy Crain, Randy Threet and Jon Coleman.
Blackfoot – Jacksonville was also the site of Blackfoot’s founding. The band transcended the Southern Rock genre with its hard-edged approach. The group’s name is a reflection of the Native American heritage of three of its founding members including Greg T. Walker who is of Creek ancestry and remains with the band today. Other current members include Mike Estes, Charlie Hargrett and Kurt Pietro.
Pat Travers – As a child, the Toronto-born guitar great saw Jimi Hendrix live in Ottawa in 1968, an event that changed the course of his life. He was a proficient guitarist by the age of 14 and moved to London to pursue his rock ‘n’ roll dreams in the 1970s and has released more than 30 albums during the course of his career. His music is metal-infused so it’s no surprise that Metallica’s Kirk Hamment called Travers one of his favorite guitarists.
SwampDaWamp – Though their history does not extend as far back as the other Rock Legends Cruise bands, this six-piece group from Charlotte, NC band reflects the blues / rock / country heritage that all of the bands have in common. Their blue-collar ethos and fun-loving sound make the party band, nonpareil. Their self-assigned mission is to “ROCK THIS COUNTRY!”
About the Native American Heritage Association:
Since 1993, Native American Heritage Association worked with Lakota (Sioux) Reservations strengthening the Native American communities and families one member at a time. The challenges are difficult as unemployment rates on the Reservations are at 80%, 70% have no transportation, the average life expectancy is 58 years of age, infant mortality is 10 times the national average and 31% of Native American children under the age of 4 are obese because of lack of proper nutrition. NAHA, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, in partnership with Feeding America and Gifts In Kind International, has provided food, clothing, heating assistance, personal care items and home care items to the many Native Americans in need. NAHA has a 17-year history of executing its mission in a fiscally responsible way, outperforming most other charities. Thanks to its financially sound business practices, NAHA has earned 6 consecutive 4 star rating with www.charitynavigator.org
92.4% of all NAHA revenue goes toward its program services.
More at http://www.naha-inc.org/=
Sounds like some "Southern Hospitality" for sure on THIS adventure! Hope some of you are able to check it out! (kk)
From my understanding, it will be on Channel 11 in Chicago on Saturday, March 12, at 7:00 and 9:05 PM.
THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO
Mike De Martino
President of the Lovejoy Music Club
I'll never win one of your contests. There are too many people who know way more than me. Most of the people at TOP SHELF OLDIES run rings around me (and they aren't gold rings that I can reach out, grab, and sell).
But I still want a copy of AIRPLAY, when you get them. PLEASEEEEEEEEEE.
the great and wonderful Malcolm
re: ARTIST UPDATE:
Walter Egan is a substitute school teacher who works at a school where a friend of mine teaches here in Tennessee.
I wonder if during science class he demonstrates the relationship between a magnet and steel??? (kk)
The Tremeloes recorded the very first version of "Yellow River". It was the backing track of this recording that served for Christie's hit.".
Almost as interesting as reading The Wrecking Crew helped / was part of The Beach Boys :-) Great song; either way!!
2 Eh Cumpari -- Julius LaRosa
3 Arthur Godfrey fires Julius LaRosa on the air
4 Tiger Guitars -- Billy Mure
5 Got A Match? -- The Daddy-O's
6 Got A Match? -- Frank Gallup
7 Trumpet Cha Cha Cha -- Danny Davis
8 String Of Trumpets (complete version) -- The Trumpeteers
9 Murray The K Theme (written by Billy Mure)
10 Ronnie Is My Lover -- The Delicates
11 Black And White Thunderbird -- The Delicates
12-21 (hit records that Billy played on; he also arranged some of them)
22 Peanut Vendor -- Billy Mure
23 I Found Me A Girl (complete version) -- Billy Mure
24 Ma, What Time Is It? -- Billy Mure
25 (another hit record that Billy played on)
26 We'll Build A Bungalow -- 17-year-old Debbie Brown with the Johnny Long Orchestra and the Long Shots vocal group
27 Here's That Rainy Day (complete) -- Debbie Murphy (same artist as #26 but much more mature!) with Billy Mure on guitar
28 Toy Balloons -- Russ Conway
29 Toy Balloons -- The Mure Sisters
30 When Will It End? When Will It End? When Will It End? (complete) -- Billy Mure (this is on YouTube and the artist is listed as "Johnny Upstairs", which is a pseudonym)
April 3rd 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (New York Time)
Baltimore Net Radio is happy to announce it will once again celebrate the birthday of America's Sweetheart, Miss Doris Day on her birthday Sunday, April 3rd. The Tribute will be commercial free, streaming LIVE from www.baltimorenetradio.com
from 3L00 PM to 5:00 PM (New York Time).
See our YouTube announcement: http://www.youtube.com/watchtv=nUv2chEbjes
If you think last year's Tribute was special, just wait for this year's show ... Join Keith, Diane and Mary Anne for a very special Birthday Tribute for a very special lady, Miss Doris Day. There will be some surprises so please mark your calendars for Sunday, April 3, 2011!