All month, enjoy the new HPR interview I recently did with Jack Johnson on-demand as a very special May issue of the Classic Interview Player with Jack Johnson. Featured on-air during the Kokua Festival weekend, and as an extended interview segment on-demand in my Dave Lawrence Reports on-demand audio archives at Hawaii Public Radio, now you can hear the entire conversation, as it happened, all month long as our latest issue of the Classic Interview Player. It also features unbelievable live video of jams with Paula Fuga, Ziggy Marley, Jake Shimabukuro, Taj Mahal & others. Check out a fun Jack Johnson photo slideshow, links to his official sites & more, all month long, as we celebrate Hawaii’s #1 selling contemporary touring and recording act, Jack Johnson, in this brand new conversation in the May issue of the Classic Interview Player.
Join me in the Classic Interview Player this month for a fun conversation with America’s Dewey Bunnell. The voice of “A Horse With No Name”, one of the great American songwriters who penned hits in the group America, and a band with two August dates in the islands. This interview reveals so much about the history of the group: times they recorded here in the state of Hawaii, working with Beatles’ producer George Martin, performing gigs with The Who, Pink Floyd, and others, and memorable star encounters, including one with John Wayne that is priceless to hear about.
I hope you enjoy what is a great moment in time with myself and a truly wonderful artist to interview. Listen on-demand all month in the Classic Interview Player, plus enjoy some interview background, a slideshow, several incredible live videos, links and more.
Join me this month in the Classic Interview Player here at davelawrenceonline.com for an exclusive conversation with Grateful Dead icon Bob Weir. This goes back to 2001 and a concert broadcast I hosted with Rat Dog at the Worcester Palladium. The fascinating intermission special interview is a great way to celebrate the recent news that The Dead are reuniting and touring this year. Listen on-demand to the first half of this interview as we start a two-part feature, with a photo display of images from the actual interview session, several tasty live videos through the years with Bobby and the Grateful Dead, background notes, links, and more, all in this month’s issue of the Classic Interview Player.
WE PAY TRIBUTE TO THE LEGACY OF LYNYRD SKYNYRD WITH THIS DAVE LAWRENCE CLASSIC INTERVIEW PODCAST YOU CAN LISTEN TO ON-DEMAND ALL MONTH LONG IN THE FEBRUARY ISSUE.
Last month we wrapped up a two-part feature honoring the memory of Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell, who died suddenly last fall, with a two month interview flashback featuring fellow bandmate Billy Cox. Now that theme sadly continues.
Lynyrd Skynyrd original member keyboardist Billy Powell has suddenly passed away, and it made me think we could celebrate his life with a CLASSIC INTERVIEW PLAYER feature starring another Lynyrd Skynyrd legend who has himself passed away. Hughie Thomasson was not only in Skynyrd, but also The Outlaws. The interview is from a spring 2003 time I got to speak with Hughie as Skynyrd were doing the Vicious Cycle era. Unfortunately, Hughie passed away in 2007.
To pay tribute to the monster keyboardist Billy Powell of Skynyrd who has now died, we have a very special February issue: in addition to the interview, over a dozen incredible, enjoy live, blistering, mind-numbing videos spanning the entire Lynyrd Skynyrd timeline, with Billy Powell through the years at his best in concert and raging, and, burning simply ferocious Outlaws performances, as well. Also, a Hughie Thomasson slideshow, interview background / context details, links, & more.
Join me all month long for the February issue of the CLASSIC INTERVIEW PLAYER with late Lynyrd Skynyrd / Outlaws guitarist and vocalist Hughie Thomasson.
In the January issue, catch the conclusion to our special two-part special in the Classic Interview Player: Jimi Hendrix bassist Billy Cox. As we wrap up our tribute to the life of Mitch Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer who recently passed away, we dig into the second half of this classic conversation with a legendary Hendrix musician, and close friend of Jimi’s. Hear personal recollections, inside stories, and intimate details of his time working with one of rock’s most important forces. Get context on the interview, see blistering live videos documenting his career, view an extensive and revealing photo exhibit, and be part of this special interview — listen on-demand online now in the Classic Interview Player.
In the Classic Interview Player this month, listen to part one in a two part feature with Jimi Hendrix bass legend Billy Cox. This conversation is timely, with the sudden passing of Mitch Mitchell, as we get an opportunity to speak with a talented bassist who worked with Jimi in several key line-ups: Gypsy Sun & Rainbows, Band Of Gypsies, and The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Billy goes beyond the usual Jimi Hendrix interviews with his experience having served in the U.S. Army with Jimi. In this fall 2002 recording, Billy shares stories from just getting to know Jimi Hendrix, their earliest jamming, playing the historic Woodstock festival, behind-the-scenes stories, and much more. Catch part one, along with an impressive through the years slideshow, collection of steaming live videos, and background, all part of this month’s issue of the CLASSIC INTERVIEW PLAYER.