The Aug. 29 edition of the
Boris Rock Show featured a tribute to former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King who passed away on Aug. 22 at the age of 68.
Veteran guitarist and songwriter
Tom Guerra was a guest on the Aug. 18 edition of Greasy Tracks where he discussed his latest release, American Garden.
Long-time jazz host Bob Parzych passed away suddenly on July 19. He was 64.
Everything, including the kitchen sink: Jazz coordinator Bob Parzych hosted The Kitchen Sink of Jazz for 47 years.
As a student at Trinity College in the 1970s,
Andy Bassford made sure he saw at least two new movies at week at Cinestudio, the fledging theater on the campus which was known for screening a wide range of interesting films that would not be considered mainstream fare at the time.
An interview with guitarist
Anthony Gomes was featured on the July 14 edition of Greasy Tracks.
A special four-hour edition of
Greasy Tracks on June 23 paid tribute to legendary drummer Jon Hiseman, who passed away at the age of 73 on June 12.
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WRTC hosts paid tribute to ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan who passed away at the age of 68 on June 8.
were featured on the May 19 edition of Greyhounds Greasy Tracks, which included an interview with the band and a number of tracks from its just-released Cheyenne Valley Drive (Nine Mile Records).
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The May 5 edition of
Greasy Tracks featured a two-hour special on Todd Rundgren’s Utopia which is currently in the midst of its first proper tour since 1985.
The music of and interviews with members of
The Yardbirds was featured May 2 on a special edition of Greasy Tracks which also included a wide selection of British guitar players.