Sun, 26 December 2021
Today I sit down with Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame inductee John Lodge, Bass Player and Songwriter of The Moody Blues.
This man is responsible for some of FM radios biggest hits including I'm Just A Singer In A Rock n Roll band and Ride My See- Saw.
We dig into growing up in Birmingham, His love of the Fender P-Bass, The Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame and Buddy Holly.
On this episode I also run down my top 10 records of 2021 so tune in and enjoy.
Happy New Year
Tue, 21 December 2021
Today my friend Gareth Liddiard of Tropical Fuck Storm returns to the show to talk all about their new album Deep States which came out a few months back.
This band is absolutely next level and have been on heavy rotation in my life since first hearing about them a couple of years ago.
Gareth also has a new side project called Springtime and they also have a new record out.
Gareth and I dive into the challenges of recording a record during the Pandemic, Songwriting and life in Australia.
Do yourself a favor and go and listen to this bands entire catalog.
Happy Holidays Delraisers.
Sun, 12 December 2021
Today on a brand episode of Let There Be Talk my guest is Stax Records and Booker T & The M.G.’s legend Steve Cropper.
This man has played guitar with everyone Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett John Lennon, Ringo Starr, The Blues Brothers and hundreds more. We sit down and talk about his incredible life in the music biz including his recent Grammy Nominated Record “Fire It Up”.
Tune in anywhere you listen to podcast including my podcast network https://www.cactusradionetwork.com/podcasts
Mon, 6 December 2021
Today we celebrate the work of the legendary Rock n Roll Photographer Mr Jim Marshall with my guest Amelia Davis.
Amelia is the owner and manager of Jim Marshall Photography LLC.
Amelia stops by the show to talk all about the new fantastic documentary on Jim called Show Me The Picture The Story Of Jim Marshall.
You name the artist and Jim has the most Iconic photo of them ever. I loved this film and it was an honor to talk to Amelia.
This episode is brought to you by Rolling Stone 500
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