HSB 3/1

HSB Show 30!
HSB’s take on the classic War of the Worlds broadcast…except this one takes place inHSB-30_SHOW30 Moorpark during one of our live performances with musical numbers with Alien kick lines, comedy and much more, tune in this week! Orson Welles would be proud!

Swing Museum 2/28

"THIS WEEK, our monthly edition of ... the Glenn Miller Hour!!!"

DWP 2/24

 

The Legendary Tom Paxton, the Hot Blues of Eric Sardinas, and a film called VIKTOR on the Next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS!

 

Back in the early ’60s, the Greenwich Village folk scene was a seriously happening place, especially at the Gaslight Cafe. Folks who congregated there included Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Phil Ochs, Judy Collins, Dave Van Ronk, and Tom Paxton. As it happened, Paxton was the first of this group to write his own material about a year before Dylan joined the crowd and revolutionized everything. Paxton’s songs were recorded by too many artists to count, but some notables were Dylan, Harry Belafonte, John Denver, The Fireballs, and Peter, Paul, and Mary.

 

On Feb. 24,  Tom Paxton comes to DAVE WHITE PRESENTS to talk about his friends from The Greenwich scene and his 62nd album coming out in March, REDEMPTION ROAD.  With considerable humor and warmth, he will tell you about his long involvement with political concerns, such as his composing “Whose Garden Was This” for the first Earth Day.   He’ll tell you why 2015 is his last year for touring, and shares some of his fond reflections on his 50 years plus as a legendary troubadour. We’ll also explore REDEMPTION ROAD in depth, and Paxton has many stories to share about how that album came to be and why many think it’s the collection that really culminates his career. We’ll play a few tunes that demonstrate Tom Paxton is still as poignant, insightful, and revealing as he ever was.

 

Then, long-time listeners to DWP know Wes Britton really likes blistering blues/rock, and our next show offers another powerhouse singer, songwriter, and amazing guitar master. Since 1999, Eric Sardinas and Big Motor have built up an international following and their latest album, BOOMERANG, demonstrates why. Schooled in the old masters, Eric has put his own stamp on the blues, designing and playing his own specially built resonator guitars that add power to the sound of Big Motor. In fact, music don’t get much hotter than BOOMERANG and we’ll play two samples to showcase why this new release belongs in your collection!

Next, long-time listeners to DWP also know Dave White loves to talk about movies, especially when he teams up with the “Savant of the Silver Screen,” namely “Chicago Bill” Hanson.  This time around, Dave and Bill dive into 2014’s VIKTOR which starred Gerard Depardieu and Elizabeth Hurley.  It’s an action-packed thriller set in Russia and Chechnya with Depardieu taking on mob killers. Is it now worth catching on DVD?

 

Find out on the next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS, Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, then 7:30 Pacific over–

www.KSAV.org

 

You can pre-record the show at Digital Audio Recording (DAR)–

http://www.dar.fm/faq.php

 

On Wed.  Feb. 25, the 90 minute show will be available as a podcast, mp3 download, from itunes, through TEVO and Sticher.com, at our FB page, or on the player at–

www.audioentertainment.org/dwp

 

Don’t forget to friend us at the Dave White Presents Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dave-White-Presents/153177177306

 

 

 

TVC 2/20

Hollywood Through the Back Door, plus a Remembrance of Gary Owens: Next on TVC

Author, playwright and film and television pioneer Michael St. John will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision RadioKSAV.org.

The first African-American hired as a director for NBC television (where he worked on such shows as Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In and The Andy Williams Show), Michael St. John has also worked as a stage and film actor in such films as Carmen Jones, the first major Hollywood motion picture featuring an all African-American cast. Michael’s book,Hollywood Through the Back Door, is filled with great stories about his work with such legends as Pearl Bailey, Dorothy Dandridge, Mary Pickford, Bette Davis, Dan Dailey, Lou Gossett, Brock Peters, Harry Belafonte, and Otto Preminger — how they opened doors for him, and how he, in turn, paid it forward by creating opportunities for others.

Michael will not only share some of those stories, but update us on the pre-production of his play, I Feel Sin Comin’ On, which is based on early events in his life that are depicted in Hollywood Through the Back Door. He’ll also provide a few memories of his friend and colleague, Laugh-Inannouncer Gary Owens. Michael St. John will join us in our second hour.

Also this week: Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen with an expanded edition of This Week in TV History that includes a look at the origins of The Andy Griffith Show.

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television
Wed and Sun 8pm ET, 5pm PT on WROM Radio
Fri 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org and CX Radio Brazil
Sat 8pm ET, 5pm PT and Sun 6pm ET, 3pm PT on Indiana Talks
Sat 8pm ET, 5pm PT and Sun 6pm ET, 3pm PT on Pittsburgh Talks
Sun 10am ET, 7am PT KSCO-AM 1080 (San Jose, Santa Cruz and Salinas, CA)
Sun 10am ET, 7am PT KOMY-AM 1340 (La Selva Beach and Watsonville, CA)
Sun 8pm ET, 5pm PT Boost Radio Network
Sun 9pm PT, Mon Mid ET on KHMB-AM 1710 (Half Moon Bay, CA)
Mon 10pm ET, 7pm PT on The Radio Slot Network
Replays various times throughout the week on the Entertainment Channel at PWRNetwork
Tape us now, listen to us later, using DAR.fm/tvconfidential
Also available as a podcast via iTunesFeedBurner
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HSB 2/22

HSB 27: Curse of the CrescentCity

Strange tales of a lady vampire called the Red Princess have been floating around NewHSB27_Curse of Crescent City Orleans and our favorite spook hunters Leslie Addison and Eugene Pumphrey have arrived to crack the case. Will they be able to get past voodoo, zombies and other ghoulish surprises to drive the spike home? Or will this evil temptress bite back? Find out this weekend. 

Suspense 2/17

In our next episode of SUSPENSE…a fire investigator discovers that the pyromaniac who holds Manhattan in a grip of terror may be his own wife…‘The Night Reveals’, adapted for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes from the short story by Cornell Woolrich, stars David Collins, Susan Eisenberg, Adrienne Wilkinson, Steve Moulton, and Christopher Duva. So tune in Tuesday, February 17th at 7:30pm EST, and again at 7:30pm PST, for this tale well-calculated to keep you in…SUSPENSE!

Swing Museum 2/21

"THIS WEEK, we celebrate a full hour of ... the great Ella Fitzgerald!!!"

HSB 2/15

HSB 09: Bedlam Boys and the Bermuda Love Triangle
Our hommage to those Bing and Bob road movies that we all love! It’s the Bedlam Boys and imagethe Bermuda Love Triangle, Music, Comedy and a serial that would swoon any Dorothy L’amour. Tune in this week we’re on the road to radioland. 

Swing Museum 2/14

"Extraordinary Jazz & Big Band sounds of ... Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra!!!"

DWP 2/10

 

 

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the British Invasion with Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon) and 007 Guitar Man, Vic Flick on the Next *Dave White Presents*!

 

In 1964, Paul McCartney was living upstairs in the home of his girlfriend, Jane Asher. Another upstairs dweller was Peter Asher, Jane’s brother, and half of the Peter and Gordon singing duo. Peter happened to hear Paul working on a song the Beatles weren’t going to record called “A World Without Love.” Peter asked if his group could have it. Paul said yes, and Peter and Gordon had their first major hit.

 

Thereafter, McCartney gave the duo a series of songs and the duo had hits with “I Don’t Want to See You Again”    and “Woman.” They also recorded songs like “I Go to Pieces” an the million-seller, “Lady Godiva.” Then Peter worked for Apple Records where he discovered a gent named James Taylor which led to . . .

 

On Tues. Feb. 10, Peter Asher comes to DWP to talk about those hits and how you can see him during this year’s “British Invasion 50th Anniversary” tour.    On stage, Peter will be joined by Denny Laine (Moody Blues, Wings), Chad and Jeremy, past DWP guest Billy J. Kramer, Mike Pender’s Searchers, and Terry Sylvester of the Swinging Blue Jeans and The Hollies.

 

On DWP, you’ll hear many stories about the Swinging London scene featuring these stars in one of the most personable, lively, and fast-paced conversations we’ve ever aired. What was it like to work with Paul McCartney, James Taylor, and Linda Ronstadt? Peter shares so many memories that, well, you’ll just have to tune in for all the rock and roll surprises—

 

As it happens, the guitarist on “A World Without Love” was a longtime friend of DWP, namely the legendary Vic Flick.    He’s best known for being the axeman on the “James Bond Theme” and can be heard on 8 007 soundtracks. George Martin had Vic perform on the *Hard Day’s Night* soundtrack (“Ringo’s Theme”) and his session work included work with Tom Jones, Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black,  The Walker Brothers, and, of course, Peter and Gordon.

 

Vic shared many of these stories on the very first edition of DWP back in Aug. 2008 when he was plugging his memoir, *Guitarman*. We decided to re-broadcast that conversation as part of our British Invasion Special. Remember, it all began with the Beatles and one Bond, James Bond—

 

Then, from Swinging London to the American Wild West, Dave White sits down with author Stephen Lodge about his book *Charley Sunday’s Texas Outfit!*  It’s a humorous, old fashioned tale about a cattle drive in the waning days of the Old west, a nostalgic tribute to a vanishing way of life.  (Steve also co-wrote Kenny Rogers’ *Rio Diablo* and *Kingdom of the Spiders* starring William Shatner.)

 

So join Peter Asher, Vic Flick, and Stephen Lodge on the next *Dave White Presents*, Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, then 7:30 Pacific over–

www.KSAV.org

 

You can pre-record the show at Digital Audio Recording (DAR)–

http://www.dar.fm/faq.php

 

On Wed.  Feb. 11 the 90 minute show will be available as a podcast, mp3 download, from itunes, through TEVO and Sticher.com, at our FB page, or on the player at–

www.audioentertainment.org/dwp

 

Friend us at the Dave White Presents Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dave-White-Presents/153177177306

 

Find out more about the “British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour” at:

http://britishinvasiontour.com/