The March 17 edition of
Greasy Tracks featured a four-hour special on , including interviews with former bandmates, friends and those who worked with him over the years. In addition to a wide range of Allman’s solo work, including his posthumous release, Gregg Allman Southern Blood, will be played.
World Gone Mad, the soon-to-be-released album by made its national, on-air debut on Feb. 1 during a special edition of The Weight Band, Greasy Tracks.
Fred Wesley, a founding funk father, trombonist and musical director for James Brown’s long-time backing band, The J.B.’s, will be interviewed on the Feb. 2 edition of Java Jazz.
A special edition of
Greasy Tracks on Jan. 18 featured the music of blues legend Freddie King and members of Hartford’s West End Blend were in studio to discuss the octet’s latest release, Attitude.
Fresh off appearances in France, the Netherlands and Germany, Hartford’s own
Balkun Brothers will be at the WRTC studios for an interview and acoustic performance on the Nov. 15 edition of the Boris Rock Show.
An interview with guitarist
Anthony Gomes was featured on the Nov. 11 edition of Greasy Tracks as part of a program focusing on blues guitarists.
Hartford-based soul/funk outfit
West End Blend’s just-released CD Attitude made its broadcast debut on the Oct. 31 edition of Tuesday Jazz where the band’s trombonist John Mundy was interviewed.
Interviews with members of
The Yardbirds were featured on the July 12 edition of The Boris Rock Show. Click here to listen to the archive of the spotlight.
The 2017 edition of
The Wheels of Soul Tour was previewed on the June 24 edition of Greasy Tracks. Click here to listen to the archive of the program, while the playlist is here.
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An interview with
Country Joe McDonald aired on the June 17 edition of Greasy Tracks where he discussed his most recent release, 50 (Rag Baby