TIM FINN of Split Enz/Crowded House/The Finn Brothers
In 1967, An estimated 200 million people saw The Beatles perform “All You Need Is Love” live via satellite as part of the TV global link-up, Our World. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Graham Nash, and Keith Moon provided backing vocals.
In 1969, The Hollies recorded “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” with a then-unknown Elton John on piano.
88.5 FM's fearless program director, Marc Kaczor, and Nashville transplant, Katie Pruitt connect for our Hear At Home collection. Pruitt talks about her unique handwritten lyrics. She reflects on her online performances. Mookie has Pruitt tell us about the chronology and concept of behind her latest album, 'Expectations.'
CHRIS WOOD of Traffic
COLIN BLUNSTONE of The Zombies
CURT SMITH of Tears For Fears
MICK FLEETWOOD of Fleetwood Mac
In 1995, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder left the stage due to illness after only seven songs during an outdoor concert in San Francisco. Neil Young stepped up to finish the show.
In 1999, With 100 of his guitars at auction to raise money for his Crossroads Centre drug rehab clinic in Antigua, Eric Clapton raised almost $5 million. The guitar he used on “Layla,” a 1956 Fender Stratocaster, went for nearly $500,000.