Getting out of jail early and making the news with his legal debacles, it seemed fair to throw Vince a solid, and break out some good times in his honor. No pun intended.
We celebrate with this fun gem from 2007 with Vince and I having laughs, enjoying memories, and bonding over the rock we all love.
Enjoy ten live videos, too, showing the Crue in action around the world laying down the rock as only they can, with Brother Vince up front and in charge. Plus a dy-no-mite photo slide show that takes you through the years.
It’s a Crue Classic Interview Player!!! With Motley Crue’s Vince Neil & I — listen on-demand all month.
NEW FIVE-MINUTE INTERVIEW COMPOSITES POSTED ON THE 2010 INTERVIEWS PAGE
Hear some new interview samplers on the 2010 Interviews Page here in the blog. I’ve been attaching five minute samplers of each of this year’s artists, and have recently added new ones with Michael McDonald, Sublime’s Eric Wilson, friend-of-Jack Johnson Donavon Frankenreiter, Eric Johnson, Leo Kottke, Los Lobos and Little Feat.
CLICK THE BANNER TO GO NOW AND HEAR THESE AND MANY OTHERS FROM THIS YEAR:
Hear a new extended interview segment from HPR that I did the other day with The Four Tops only surviving original member Duke Fakir. We had a cool second interview at the Blaisdell just before their show, and I grabbed some pics there; this is one of them. Solid cat for sure.
I spoke with the sole surviving member of The Temptations and here’s the HPR Extended Interview. Get more of my latest interviews on-demand there at hawaiipublicradio.org/news/davelawrence plus other content I’m posting there.
The pic is from the Blaisdell just before their show here the other day.
The Rev. Al Green and I, backstage at the Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii January 23, 2010
Listen for this incredible new interview with one of musics most celebrated voices and performers — coming to the Classic Interview Player in March! Hear a taste below, and get the full interview in the March issue.
CLICK TO HEAR: Al Green with Dave Lawrence during NPR’s Weekend Edition on Hawaii Public Radio, January 2010
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.