Tagged: Louisiana

Summer 1969

It’s August 1969, You’re A Teenager, You Live In L.A., You Still Love KRLA, Summer Is Almost Over, So Are The 60s

It’s August 14, 1969 – in a few weeks school will be starting. Summer will be over – well . . . until the Santa Ana winds start blowing in October, and then it’s Summer all over again. But for now, it’s getting the last days of beach in. August...

Percy Sledge – In Concert 1970 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles: Tribute Edition

Percy Sledge – In Concert 1970 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles: Tribute Edition

. . . or click on the link here for audio Player – Percy Sledge – Live In South Africa – May 1970 More sad news from the Music world today. Word of the passing  earlier this morning, of Soul legend Percy Sledge, after a long illness and at the...

Remember 2 Live Crew? June 17, 1990

Click on the link here for Audio Player – ABC World News This Week – June 17, 1990 During a week crammed with drama, upheaval and insanity – this particular week, ending June 17th in 1990 was a memorable one. Starting off with news of a Supreme court victory for...

Nadine Shah – In Session At The Great Wide Open 2013 – Nights At The Roundtable: Rock Without Borders/New Faces Edition

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Nadine Shah – in Session at The Great Wide Open 2013 – VPRO – 3voor12 To say Nadine Shah is part of Rock Without Borders is a bit a of cheat. Born in Britain with Pakistani and Norwegian parents, Shah has...

Another Year, Another Congress – January 3, 1983

Click on the link here for Audio Player: News for January 3, 1983 This January 3rd in 1983 saw the opening day of the 98th Congress. Speculation and swearing  in pretty much filled up the days news, but everything was guaranteed to settle down once President Reagan gave the State...

The Meters – Live At The Kingfish Lounge, Baton Rouge – 1976 – Nights At The Roundtable

Click on the link here for Audio player: Meters1976-10-01KingfishLoungeBatonRougeLA 2 You can’t do a week of posts featuring the essence of Funk without adding The Meters into the mix. They were almost singlehandedly responsible for cultivating and exporting New Orleans Funk to the rest of the musical world. Tonight it’s...