Our tribute to the late, great, Rock Pioneer, #ChuckBerry Mon- 3/20 @RadioFreePHX.com at 10:30 AM AZST Listen: https://goo.gl/Scjyop
Our tribute to the late, great, Rock Pioneer, #ChuckBerry Mon- 3/20 @RadioFreePHX.com at 10:30 AM AZST Listen: https://goo.gl/Scjyop
Postcards from a Dream: Memories of Mr. S Paperback –
by Janice Easterling Brustman (Author)
Listen to the interview here:
Postcards from a Dream: Memories of Mr. S
The man was Sinatra and “his way” keeps growing to this day nearly twenty years after his death in 1998. A man imperfect in every way but a man whom personified pop culture and popular music in a way that will live on beyond our lives and carries on for the ages. Sinatra represented the first generational wave of Americans taking storm across at the time for what was a booming country full of people of all races and religions and affiliation. Sinatra kept his deemed “ethnic” name at time as he took on show business. We lived through his ups and his downs. His brush with World dignitaries, starlets, and US campaigns. Sinatra to a sense was “us” in every way. During his life, He was in our lives through every medium; radio, TV, film, record, etc. The man sang like Shakespeare wrote, talked with comfort and swag of his hometown of Hoboken, NJ. He loved like true a lover, many times helplessly and sometime unrequitedly to the point of suicidal thoughts. He was an Italian tempered-man. He loved like a romantic Italian father and man does; soft and gentle. He was a loving father, papa to his grandchildren, loving son and devoted friend and lover to all he loved including his four wives. He fought for what was right when it wasn’t deemed acceptable. Sinatra was a kind-hearted, soul deep down, loyal to those whom loved and admired him and returned the same. Always.
A memoir revolving around author Janice Easterling’s years working for Frank Sinatra and his wife Barabara 1976-1980. Includes never before seen, mementos, letters, and personal photos of Frank Sinatra and their homes in Rancho Mirage, CA & NYC apartment at the Waldorf-Astoria Towers. Delve into one of the most integral and iconic pop-culture figures of Modern history from the memory bank of one lady whom worked along Frank Sinatra and his wife Barbara.
Author Postcards from a Dream: Memories of Mr. S, Janice Easterling-Brustman, stays true to her title chronicling her best recollection working for the man many knew Frank Sinatra the man of popular song, dance and film.
She describers her book a bucket list item in which she expressed, “ finally getting around to pour out my memories as best I could. Now around the same age of what of the late Mr. Frank Sinatra and his surviving wife, Barbara Sinatra, she knew it was time to give others a glimpse of the more casual, intimate, lighter-side of Frank, through her own interpretation through various mementos such as Polaroid shots, notes, postcards, newspaper clippings, programs, snippets of Frank’s favorite snacks and requests and much more!
From stories of traveling with the family to Mr. Sinatra’s first and historic visit Brazil in 1980 where hundreds of thousands lined- up to-catch a glimpse as many knew as “ The Voice of The Century”.
From other global excursions following Frank Sinatra and his wife as he continued performing for people all across the globe.
Author of Postcard from Dreams of Memories of Mr. S., Janice Easterling looks off the 8th floor balcony of the Churchill Suite in Monte Carlo, Monaco Describing of her time with Frank in 1977 “This is where you’d usually find me, back at the hotel….Wherever we were. He didn’t like being left alone.” Featured in Postcards From a Dream, 2016. POSTCARDS FROM A DREAM @ Amazon Copyright 2016
Among the memories of many excusions came fond memories of Frank’s closes friend one of whom Janice became well-acquanited to during her time with the Sinatra family. One of those friends was Jill Rizzo.
Frank’s long time buddy, Jilly Rizzo & Janice taking a break from errands in Monaco. Then back to the hotel!!
Omg her memories, she shares in the book is Frank signature’s friend, Jilly whom Janice desires; ” was a typical “fugget about it kinda guy; he was there for Frank always.” “He and Sinatra (Frank) would fight like you’ve never heard then make-up by the next day!”
“I just wanted to share what it was like to watch someone so prolific like Frank Sinatra, working through him for four years seeing the very best and worst, they become a part of your family.”
Pick up a copy of “Postcards from a Dream: Memories of Mr. S” By Janice Easterling available on Amazon on kindle and paperback.
Join Radio Free Phoenix for the 28th edition of “A Rock & Roll Christmas” with Andy Olson. The show kicks off at 6pm Arizona-Mountain time tonight and runs an astonishing 30 hours!
Listen in for an incredible deep and outrageous mix of Rock N Roll Christmas tunes hosted by Andy Olson. This is the only show in the country that gathers together such an absolutely cool mix of Christmas Rock & Roll — Featuring Xmas Rock with an attitude along with a generous helping of parody & novelty holiday tunes. Since 1988 this show has been gracing the Phoenix Airwaves, first on KSLX, then KDKB, KZON and then back to KSLX and now on Radio Free Phoenix!
We have so many great new Rock Christmas tunes in the mix this year along with old favorites from:
Jackson Browne – U2 – Adam Sandler – Greg Lake – The Who – Pretenders – Dan Hicks – Sting – Jimi Hendrix – Smithereens – Blues Traveler – George Thorogood – Cheech & Chong – John Mellencamp – Old 97’s – Fountains of Wayne – Big Star – Ramones – George Harrison – Dave Edmunds – Billy Squire – Band Aid – Graham Parker – Heart – Payolas – Cheap Trick – Crash Test Dummies – XTC – John Lennon – Waitresses – Jethro Tull – REM – Ringo Starr – Kinks – DB’s – Paul McCartney – Bruce Springsteen – NRBQ – T Rex – Adrian Belew – Weird Al Yankovic – Squirrel Nut Zippers – Max Headroom – Ramones – Bob Rivers – Shawn Phillips – Sex Pistols – Slade – Elton Duck – Leon Redbone – Tom Waits – Peter Murphy – Alice Cooper – Bobby Lloyd & The Skeletons – Mojo Nixon – Doug & The Slugs – Bruce Cockburn – Smoking Popes – Talking Meds – Andrew Gold – Keb’ Mo – Riders In The Sky – The Band – Aimee Mann & Michael Penn – Darts – Loudon Wainwright III – Smithereens – Andrew Gold – Band Aid – Fab Four – The Killers – Blondie – Joan Jett – Big Star – Chuck Berry – Freddy Cannon – Sex Pistols – Donovan – Shins – The Fab Four – Keith Richards – Billy Squire – Guster – Slade – Little Charlie & The Nightcats – Payolas – Roy Wood & Wizzard – Graham Parker – Dave Matthews – Flaming Lips – Jorma Kaukonen – Count Floyd – Smashing Pumpkins – Darts – El Vez – The Reducers and much more!
This is a truly unique show unlike any other on AM/FM station nor the internet. A Rock & Roll Christmas has stood the test of time!
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One of Arizona’s Rock & Roll treasures is Mike McFadden. He was the singer-songwriter in many bands in the Phoenix 60’s including Mile Ends & Superfine Dandelion. In the 70’s, he was part of the great lost San Francisco band “Elton Duck” along with Mike Condello, Andy Robinson & Michael Steele. Mike has given the world so many great songs over the years and his latest is no exception. He wrote “Song For Tatum” for his six year old grand-niece, Tatum – this precious little girl is in a fight against cancer and her Uncle Mike wrote this to give her the strength and courage she needs to get through this and on the road to recovery.
Listen to Mike’s “A Balloon for Tatum” and please donate to the GoFundMe page that has been set up for Tatum to raise funds to help pay her medical bills.
I want to thank the following people for taking the time and opening your hearts and wallets for your donations to the Go Fund Me account for Tatum and her family, you are truly making a difference in their lives. Also for sharing the post to others on Facebook. I was going to send an individual thank you, but there so many of you, I decided to do the collective.
I shall only use your first names because maybe you dont want your last name published here, but i have to thank you. thank you, Jack, Jeff, Dennis, Rochelle, Vicki, Ken, Wendy, Heather, Pam, Trudy, Lisa, Bree, Chelsea, Richard, Venita, Don, Katie, Laurie, Jerome.
If i failed to list your name here i am sorry and forgive me.
Thank you all for your help and prayers for this precious 6 year old. below is the link to the page for anyone else that may wish to contribute $5.00 , $10.00 or whatever – it all helps
Love and Peace,
Amidst of trending news, a new front runner in the search for the tallest model in the world has come forth to challenge.
At 29 years old former Olympic professional, basketball athlete and full time entrepreneur is Ekaterina Lisina, is ready for the challenge!
This lengthy models and former Olympic athlete who stands at just under 6 feet 9 inches’ tall, is looking to put herself in the record books as not only the tallest model, but boasting some of the largest feet and longest legs for a lady!
After being crowned from her home country’s record books as tallest woman in Russia, and woman with biggest feet, is now ready to challenge the likes of others in the contest by beating the current titleholder for the tallest model is Amazon Eve measuring just above 6’9’’ while also hoping to claim the title as the leggiest woman against fellow Russian native Svetlana Pankratova. Ekertina Lisina a full-time mom and model now ready to claim the title as the tallest model, leggiest lady and boasting oddly enough, some of the largest feet for a lady as she embarks on her budding modeling career.
The Lengthy Model Spoke with us on her discovery and goals:
Ekaterina Lisina is now looking to make her hometown and home country, proud and stand tall looking to pave her own way in the fashion world. With her over 40-inch inseam and size 15 in women’s, being almost 6’9″ inches tall does come with it’s challenges.
World Record Legs! Ms. Lisina has legs that measure over 52 inches from hip to floor hoping to break record and much more
“Cars are a nightmare, doorways I have to duck many times, and flying planes, I have to often beg others to switch exit rows because my legs are so long! She explains.
“I used be called names, and made fun of my height from my peers growing up” she say, explaining that she wish she wasn’t as tall growing up. Growing through a tall family from parents and a brother all above, 6 feet tall, she knew she was destined to be tall, just no so quickly.
Now that she’s an adult and she’s realized the great opportunity her height brought her as a former an Olympic athlete, playing basketball for Russia’s national team for 12 years. Now that she’s retired and a mother of her own she sees great attention for height from admirers across the internet request images of her long and lean look from admirers in awe of this statuesque beauty. She’s now the model for many styles fit for women of her stature and beyond, complete shoots in Italy and across Europe with her long and lean look!
“I was quite surprised, never did think would people pay to see me pose with my height, big feet, and long legs’’ she say, further explaining that it’s allowed her to embrace of inch of her height and for other tall woman and girls growing up to be proud of what makes them stand above the rest!
Now coming into her body as young adult, 29-year-old Ekaterina Lisina loves every inch of herself and dons a pair of heels when she can, standing above the rest who awe in envy for her long legs and budding modeling career and world record title.
Statuesque and Former Olympic Athlete, of Russia, Ekertina Lisina ready claim her place as the tallest model in the world!
Check Out Ekaterina through her modeling Journey at her following social media handles:
We have just started the Radio Free Phoenix 2016 Radiothon – our fundraiser to keep RFP alive and on the air. We went on-air August 18th, 2004 and this year, 2016 has been our most challenging for raising funds for the station. The royalty rates we pay to play the music went up over 400% on January 1st. We need your help – please donated to RFP and help us keep bringing this great music RFP to you!
* We present great music from the entire era of Rock N Roll with musical knowledgeable DJ’s along with many great specialty features and shows like Banned Rock Roll with Andy Olson, Dan’s Garage with Dan Frank, What You Need To Know with Michael Thomas Jr, The Grateful Deep Hour with David Gans, Zappa Universe with Tom Tuerff , Acoustic Cafe with Rob Reinhart, Every Little Thing with Ken Michaels, The Pirate Years with Paul Peters, 80’s Kickback and many more.
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Dan’s Garage #8 (Aired 8/9/2016)
1 Bobby Comstock – Let’s Stomp (Lawn) 1962
2 Lonnie Mae w/ Gene & The Satellites (Fine) 1960
3 Two Kats & A Kitten – Kit Kat Rock (Fine) 1957
4 Frank Sandy w/ The Mel Thomas Trio – Tarantella Rock (1958)
5 The Redcoats w/ Steve Alaimo – The Girl Can’t Help It (Lifetime) 1957)
6 Baron Daemon & The Vampires – Transylvania Twist (WNYS) 1964
7 Madisons – Valerie (Twin Hit) 1964
8 Andy & The Classics – Wilma (Hurd) 1966
9 Bobby ‘D’ & The Trinidads – Don’t You Just Know It (Radiant) 1963
10 Catalinas – My Misery (Novart) 1963
11 Shorty Prescott’s Velvetones – Bring It On Home (Velvet) 1962
12 Continentals – Cathy’s Clown (Lifetime) 1963
13 Don & Tony & The Nighthawks – Lightning (Capitol Star Artist) 1960
14 Vaqueros – Echo (Audition) 1963
15 Vistas – Moon Relay (Tuff) 1963
16 Tempests – Rockin’ Rochester (Half Life) 1962
17 Tweeds – We Got Time (Coral) 1967
18 Jesters – The Big ‘T’ (Candy Cane) 1963
19 Utica Club Natural Carbonation Band –Natural Carbonation Song (no label) 1968
20 Ed Wool & The Nomads – I Need Somebody (RCA Victor) 1966
21 Pineapple Heard – Valleri (Diamond) 1967
22 Declaration Of Independence _ Letter To Ruth (Mr, G) 1967
Dan’s Garage #7 (Aired 8/2/2016)
1 New Arrivals – Let’s Get With It (Southbay) 1966
2 Pride & Joy – If You’re Ready (Dunwich) 1967
3 Id – Boil The Kettle Mother (RCA Victor) 1967
4 Wreck-A-Mended – Dirty Old Man (United Artists) 1967
5 Lords Of T.O.N.K. – Miniver Cheevy (1968)
6 Hard Times – They Said No (World Artists) 1967
7 Waywayrd Five – Good Times (W-5) 1966
8 Gestures – Don’t Mess Around (Soma) 1966
9 Fendermen – Don’t You Just Know It (1962)
10 Soul Seekers – Boom Boom (Westchester) 1967
11 Cast Of Thousands – Girl What You Gonna Do (Tower) 1967
12 Randy & The Radiants – My Way Of Thinking (Sun) 1966
13 Little Joe & The Mustangs – I Dig You Baby (Challenge) 1965
14 Capes Of Good Hope – Lady Margaret (Round) 1968
15 Group Image – Hiya (Community) 1968
16 Sorce – Tomorrow Won’t See Me (Bulb) 1969
17 Alva Starr – Light Of A 1000 Years (Golden) 1967
18 Myddle Class – Free As The Wind (Tomorrow) 1967
19 Jim & Jean – Strangers In A Strange Land (Verve Folkways) 1968
20 Other Five – You Really Got Me (Baus) 1967
Dan’s Garage #6 (Aired 7/27/2016)
1 Liverpool Five – That’s What I Want (RCA Victor) 1965
2 Scorpions – (Aint That) Just Like Me (CNR) 1964
3 Fireflies – Stella Got A Fella (Ribbon) 1959
4 Cloudwalkers – Sunglasses (Capco) 1965
5 Floyd & Jerry & The Counterpoints – Believe In Things (Presta) 1966
6 Clefs Of Lavender Hill – Play With Fire (Date) 1966
7 Blues Magoos – The People Had No Faces (Verve Folkways) 1966
8 Fifth Order – Gone Too Far (Diamond) 1966
9 Sapians – Ask Yourself Why Babe (Mercury) 1966
10 Dynatones – The Fife Piper (HBR) 1966
11 Tommy Adderly – I Just Don’t Understand (Mar Mar) 1964
12 Rumbles Ltd. – Push Push (Sire) 1969
13 Cowsills – Hair (MGM) 1969
14 Sunshine Company – Look, Here Comes The Sun (Imperial) 1967
15 Collectors – Make It Easy (Warner Bros.) 1967
16 Wellington Arrangement – Love (Decca) 1970
17 Aardvarks – Salty Dog (Bullet) 1969
18 Beacon Street Union – South End Incident (MGM) 1968
19 Gregorians – Dilated Eyes (ABC) 1969
Dan’s Garage #5 (Aired 7/20/2016)
1 Riddles – It’s One Thing To Say (Mercury) 1966
2 Pattens – You Should Know (Stature) 1966
3 Ides Of March – I’ll Keep Searching (Parrot) 1965
4 New Colony Six – Cadillac (Sentar) 1966
5 Gary & The Nightlights – Glad You’re Mine (Seeburg) 1965
6 Curiosities – Walkin’ The Dog (Seeburg) 1965
7 Dynamics – Summertime USA (USA) 1964
8 Mickey Finn – Night Comes Down (World Artists) 1966
9 Stained Glass – We Got A Long Way To Go (RCA Victor) 1967
10 Only Ones – You’re The Reason (Panik) 1966
11 Hype – White Light, White Heat (Major Tom) 1970
12 Suzi Quatro – 48 Crash (Bell) 1974
13 Sound Idea – Song In My Soul (Coral) 1967
14 J.J. Lancaster – So Unkind (Date) 1967
15 Front End – Remember (Walking In The Sand) (Smash) 1968
16 Steve Walker & The Bold – Train Kept A Rollin’ (Dyno Voice) 1967
17 Fabulous Pharaohs – Hold Me Tight (Reprise) 1967
18 Group Axis – Smokestack Lightning (Atco) 1969
19 Waters – Mother Samwell (Delcrest) 1969
Dan’s Garage #4 (Aired 7/13/2016)
1 Dave Davani Four – Tossin’ & Turnin’ (Capitol) 1966
2 Michel & The French Canadians – ‘Cause I Believe (Danco) 1965
3 Black Jeans – El Tigre (Musart) 1961
4 Silvertones – Get It (Goliath) 1963
5 Gents – I Wonder Why (Normandy) 1967
6 One Eyed Jacks – Love (White Cliffs) 1967
7 Weight – Another Side Of This Life (Bertram International) 1970
8 Beau Brummels – Don’t Talk To Strangers (Autumn) 1966
9 Superfine Dandelion – People In The Streets (Mainstream) 1967
10 Mysteries – Please Agree (Manhattan) 1967
11 Chartbusters – She’s The One (Mutual) 1964
12 Elite – One Potato (Charay) 1965
13 Rivieras – Rockin’ Robin (Riviera) 1965
14 Fabulous Counts – Money (Kim) 1963
15 Electric Toilet – Revelations (Nasco) 1969
16 Derrik Roberts – A World Without Sunshine (Roulette) 1965
17 Tony Turow – What I Think About You (Zaraks) 1964
18 Victors – We Struck A Match (Alpha) 1967
19 Buccaneers – Killin’ Floor (Treasure House)
20 Dave Berry – Latisha (London) 1968
Dan’s Garage #3 (Aired 7/06/2016)
1 The Tree – No Good Woman (Barvis) 1966
2 The End – I Can’t Get Any Joy (Philips) 1965
3 Scott Bedford Four – Last Exit To Brooklyn (Joy) 1965
4 The Models – Bend Me, Shape Me (MGM) 1967
5 The Legends – Fever Games (Railroad House) 1969
6 The Chylds – No More Tears (Ivanhoe) 1969
7 Paper Cup – She Needs Love (Bear) 1970
8 Belfast Gipsies – Gloria’s Dream (Loma) 1967
9 The Creatures – Turn Out The Light (Columbia) 1966)
10 The Fairviews w/ The Fifth Dimension – New Generation (Spin-It) 1966
11 The Kingsmen – If I Need Someone (Wand) 1966
12 Merrie Motor Co. – Season Of The Witch (Scott) 1968
13 The Original Intrigues – I’ve Tried My Best (BRC) 1970
14 The Bards – Light Of Love (Piccadilly) 1967
15 Fabulous Tynsions 5 – Lone Ranger Man (Natchez-Joe) 1966
16 Amen Corner – Nema (Deram) 1967
17 The Sundowners – A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues (Jamie) 1964
18 The Rogues – Everyday (Columbia) 1964
19 The Hardtimes – Fortune Teller (World Pacific) 1966
20 The Moonrakers – You’ll Come Back (Tower) 1966
Dan’s Garage #2 (Aired 6/29/2016)
1. Phluph – Doctor Mind (Verve) 1967
2. The Collection – Both Sides Now (The Hot Biscuit Disc Co.) 1968
3. The Thousand Faces – A Thousand Faces (Era) 1968
4. Dion – Daddy (Rollin’ IN Your Arms) (Laurie) 1968
5. Five By Five – Apple Cider (Paula) 1968
6. Pendragon – Desert Of Time (Tower) 1969
7. Brimstone – Trinket (Firebird) 1969
8. Brenda Lee – Is It True (Decca) 1964
9. 2 Of Clubs – Heart (Fraternity) 1966
10. Pepi – Hypnotized (Prism) 1965
11. Evil Encorporated _ Al I Really Want To Do (Scene) 1966
12. Toads – Leaving It All Behind (Decca) 1965
13. Dantes – Can’t Get Enough Of You Love (Jamie) 1966
14. Tropics – You Better Move (Laurie) 1966
15. Sound Of The Seventh Son – I Told A Lie (Tower) 1966
16. TR4 – Let It Be Known (Velvet Tone) 1966
17. Hausens – Can’t You See (Jayem)
18. I’des Of March – Roller Coaster (Parrot) 1966
19. Groundspeed – In A Dream (Decca) 1967
20. Exotics – Morning Sun (Monument) 1968
21. Shags – Hide Away (Laurie) 1967
Dan’s Garage #1 (Aired 6/22/2016)
1. The Buzz – You’re Holding Me Down (Coral) 1967
2. Vagrants – I Can’t Make A Friend (Vanguard) 1966
3. D Men – So Little Time (Kapp) 1965
4. Bob Seger & The Last Heard – East Side Story (Cameo) 1966
5. The Aardvarks – I Don’t Need You (Fenton) 1966
6. Bed Of Roses – Quiet (Tea) 1968
7. 13th Precinct – You Gotta Be Mine (TRX) 1968
8. Checkerlads – Send For Me (RCA) 1966
9. Sweet Young’uns – Dog Eat Dog (Shurefine) 1967
10. Burgundy Blues – I’ll Take You Back Again Argee) 1966
11. Vandals – Ballad Of A Loser (Big Rock) 1966
12. Lost Tribe – Walk One Way (United Artists) 1969
13. Astronauts – I’m A Fool (RCA) 1964
14. Loved Ones – Ever Lovin’ Man (Mainstream) 1966
15. Terry Knight & The Pack – Numbers (Lucky Eleven) 1966
16. Jury – Who Dat (Port) 1966
17. Lost – Back Door Blues (Capitol) 1965
18. Sonny Flaharaty & The Mark V – Hey Conductor (1967) Counterpart
19. Rainy Daze – Make Me Laugh (1968) White Whale
20. Fugitives – Mean Woman (1965) Columbia
21. Cryan Shames – Ben Franklin’s Almanac (1966) Destination
22. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – Diddy Wah Diddy (1965) A&M
RFP has an exciting new specialty show starting this Wednesday evening at 8pm (Arizona time) called Dan’s Garage. The show is hosted by long-time New York musician, Dan Frank. It’s a 1 hour journey through Dan Frank’s massive collection of hard to find Garage and Psychedelic rock 45’s from the 60’s & 70’s. All songs played from the original vinyl 45’s!
Dan is a musician and record collector from Rochester, NY where he has lived and worked his entire life. He was heavily influenced by his two older brothers who were both musicians, but especially his oldest brother, Vinny who was a record collector in his own right. Dan started collecting records when he was in his teens, but started collecting garage and psychedelic 45’s in earnest around 1984 when he was 24 years old. He formed the local garage rock act “The Projectiles” around the same time and currently plays in “Dan Frank & the True Believers”. Dan still collects 45’s to this day and his voracious appetite for cool and hip sounds from the 60’s and 70’s are represented on his blog “Dan’s Garage”.
Join Us for this great show this and every Wednesday on Radio Free Phoenix!
Check out past playlists HERE
(Update: Join us for Part 2 of Tribute To Jack Miller, Saturday July 9th from 4-6pm (AZ /Pacific time) and Sunday July 10th, 3-5pm on Radio Free Phoenix with Al Perry!)
On RFP Presents This coming Saturday at 5pm & and Sunday at 3pm (Arizona Time) we will feature a two hour special in tribute to Jack Miller, Arizona’s legendary audio engineer (Jack passed away on May 12th). The work he did with Duane Eddy and Lee Hazlewood continues to be influential today. He was inducted into The Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame several years ago and also The Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2013.
Jack Miller’s career in the recording industry stretches back to his teenage years in Chicago, then to Phoenix, a short stint in Los Angeles, and finally back to Phoenix. Some of the artists he worked with over the years included Duane Eddy, Sanford Clark, Waylon Jennings, The Eclectic Mouse, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, The Animals, Herman’s Hermits, R. Carlos Nakai, Jessie Colter and many more. He spent many years at Arizona’s famed recording studio, Audio Recorders. In 1978 he started Jack Miller Productions and also worked for Canyon Records in Phoenix. He was Grammy award winner and engineered & recorded over 4,000 albums throughout his career, embodying every musical style imaginable.
This show is hosted by Tucson singer-songwriter, Al Perry and first aired on KXCI-FM in Tucson. The second hour is hosted by Jack Miller himself exploring his life and work over the years.