The March 17 edition of Greasy Tracks featured a four-hour special on Gregg Allman, 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, Southern Blood, will be played.
An interview with regional harmonica hero and bandleader James Montgomery was featured on the Jan. 27 edition of Greasy Tracks as part of a program spotlighting the music of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band.
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.
Bill Carbone and Beau Sasser are a literal musical keystone for a pair of groups that specialize in bringing the music of two very divergent musicians to the stage, thus not only keeping it relevant and accessible, but introducing it to audiences who may not be familiar with it.
The March 4 edition of Greasy Tracks spotlighted the Fender Telecaster, long recognized as one of the iconic instruments to make a profound impact in rock, soul, jazz, country and electric blues music.