June 1, 2017

We Can Close The Book On The Allman Brothers

With the shocking loss of Greg Allman on May 27th there’s no doubt we can clos the book on one of the greatest American bands ever!  I chatted with Greg on many occasions.  Have a listen friends.  -KC-

Ken with the Allmans 1982

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March 3, 2017

You Want To Know The Story of Jimi Hendrix? Meet The Legendary Billy Cox

Jimi and Billy

 

 In  July of 2010 I caught up with the legendary Billy Cox.  All you have to do is listen to appreciate his legacy.  Enjoy!  -KC-

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March 2, 2017

Alex Lifeson Talked With Me About The 2010 Time Machine Tour

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March 2, 2017

Today I Remember My Chat With Stephen Stills

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January 26, 2017

Butch Trucks Gone? Say it Aint So!

Allman Brothers Pine Knob

I was checking  Twitter yesterday (1/25/17) and it popped up?  Butch Trucks dead at 69.  What?  No way.  I couldn’t believe it.  I was overwhelmed with sadness and memories.  The Allman Brother’s remain in my top 10 and I found it ironic that Butch passed at the same age as the Allman Brothers Band was born…’69.  I spoke with Butch back in March of 2010 regarding the band’s annual concerts at the Beacon Theatre in NY.  That tradition sadly ended in 2014.  There are several iconic drummers in rock and roll, but few the likes of Butch Trucks.  Among my other favorites include John Bonham, Mitch Mitchell, Neil Peart, Ginger Baker, Clyde Stubblefield, Keith Moon, Alex Van Halen and Detroit’s own Johnny Bee.  I’m not sure what happens to the Allman Brothers now.  They’ve lost Duane Allman, Barry Oakley and now Butch Trucks.  All founding members.  If the Allman’s do go back out there I’ll promise you this.  I will close my eyes, smile and say “Butch I miss you “Brother,” but you never missed a beat.”  God speed!

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November 9, 2016

My Chat With BB King

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