Apr 24, 2017
Steve Hackett placed an ad in a local paper and was hired into Genesis, who then went on to make music history. This progressive rock legend joins us on The Vinyl Guide to tell tales of the day, shares perspective on the world of now and plays a track from his new album "The Night Siren", available at
Apr 12, 2017
Robert Johnson's death is surrounded with speculation and mystery however blues historian Gayle Dean Wardlow shares the facts around this part of music history. Plus we play a track from the Hayes McMullan album "Everyday Seem Like Murder Here".
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Apr 10, 2017
Gayle Dean Wardlow started a record collection in the 1960s by knocking on doors in the deep south but soon he was also collecting stories and facts about the blues musicians he loved, including Charlie Patton, Son House, Robert Johnson, Willie Brown & more. Today we talk to Mr Wardlow about these musicians and their...
Apr 3, 2017
CJ Ramone grew up tough, joined the Ramones and got a a whole lot tougher. CJ shares memories of the band, his time with Joey and Johnny and brings us up to speed with his new album 'American Beauty', complete with a new track for The Vinyl Guide audience.
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