An interview with the legendary singer Peter Wolf was featured on the April 1 edition of Greasy Tracks as host Chris Cowles marked his 1,000th show at WRTC.
Marilyn Scott, California-based, but world-renowned jazz and R&B vocalist traces her evolution from background singer with George Duke, Spyra Gyra, Yellowjackets, Etta James and Tower of Power, to 40 years as a solo artist. She discussed her career and the upcoming release of her latest effort, Standard Blue (Prana Entertainment) on the March 17 edition of Java Jazz as the spotlight artist.
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.
On paper what was tabbed “The Woodstock of the West” couldn’t be anything short of amazing.
The free concert on Dec. 6, 1969, headlined by the Rolling Stones with the Grateful Dead, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Jefferson Airplane and Santana on the undercard at the Altamont Motor Speedway near Livermore, Calif., became a perfect storm where everything that could go wrong, went horribly beyond that and to this day, remains one of the most ghastly events in music history.