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"Musicians, especially stringed instrument musicians, have a better than 80 percent chance of developing Trigger Finger. I know. I had it and at the time of the recording of this show, I am only three days out of surgery for it. This week, we will discuss what it is, how you can diagnose it and what your choices are if you indeed do have it. We wil…
 
"This is the second part of our facinating interview with the flutist for Motown, Dayna Hartwick. Think of a classic hit for Motown and she played either the flute or the piccolo for it. This week we talk about the end of her time at Motown and her going on tour with massive traveling Broadway productions. That little girl from Motown. Dayna Hartwi…
 
"Think of your favorite Motown song. If there is a flute or piccolo on that song, it was played by Dayna Hartwick. For close to a decade, she was on Berry Gordys speed dial. Rockin Robin. Whats Going on. Kung Fu Fighting. It is all her and in a two part interview, she discusses going from being a child prodigy to sitting in Motown Studio A and play…
 
"There is a trivia questions goes around asking, what is the first posthumous number one hit? The answer that is probably expected is Sittin on the Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding. But, it is? A bit of research suggests it is third and taking some other factors into account, it may be even farther down the list. This week we will look at posthumous…
 
"It is a well known music trope that managers often do NOT do well by their clients. In fact, it happens so often, we are going to do two shows out of it. And we are not taking our time. I am reading and talking as fast as I can and over two shows, we still left some out. They are heartbreaking stories that actually happened."…
 
"We were in a conversation about musicians reusing their own lyrics. We found so many examples that I though there had to be a name for this. There is. Contrafactum. There's a related word that means to use the music of another song for your own composition, dramatically changing the sound of the tune. Contrafact. We have multiple examples of each …
 
"The Greatest Hits album is either loved or hated. You either get all the hits in one place or your not a real fan of the band. The funny thing is, now with streaming, every band page starts with the top songs. That's a greatest hits. We will talk about the first Greatest Hits album, who has the most and a lot of other trivia to make you remember y…
 
"Have you ever watched the Grammys and wondered who are the people who get to vote for this? I have the answer this week. Michael Brothers is a professional musician and educator and is a Grammy voter, mainly in the Jazz, classical and Broadway categories. He will tell us how he became one and what process he uses through the year to make his best …
 
"Johnny Cash is known for having recorded albums in prison, four to be exact. That got us thinking. How many other artists recorded albums during a prison concert? We found some great stuff. We will also touch on some bands that played in prison but didn't record it as an album. However, much of it is available thanks to YouTube."…
 
"Author Tim English joins us this week to discuss his latest book. Lennon. 1980 Playlist. It is a deep dive into the music, the concerts, the videos and the places Lennon went the year he wrote and recorded his last album, Double Fantasy. This is a good week for the uplifting interview as Lennon was killed this week back in 1980."…
 
"It was this week back in 1990 that Milli Vanilli were outed as a fake band, dancing while backup singers performed the music. How did we get there? Where are they now? Has this kind of fraud happened since? Yes. Yes it has. This week, we will tell you the story of Rob and Fab and what exactly happened. We will also tell you when it happened since.…
 
"Back in 1981, when the Stones toured on Tattoo You, they had what many believe to be the first sponsored tour. Jovan Musk paid 1 million to put their logo on tickets and posters. Now it has become common place but the real story is that many companies are sponsoring smaller start-up tours. We've got the scoop and a bunch of email and web address f…
 
"It is my birthday this week. We went out to a chain restaurant and they sang their odd birthday song to me. I wondered why because Happy Birthday is now in the public domain. Anyone can sing it, anywhere, for free. But how did it get there? We will take this week and look at the history of the song and how it even came to be copyrighted at all."…
 
"This week we'll speak to best-selling author Joel Miller about his book, Memoir of a Roadie. Axl said I made a great cup of tea. Scott Weiland liked The Carpenters and Ozzy drinks rose. Joel was a roadie with Stone Temple Pilots, Poison, Guns and Roses and The Cranberries and has stories from it all. Hear all the fun and hard work that goes on bef…
 
"TikTok has signed a couple of major deals with music publishers and it looks like it will become the new favorite of those trying to get their tunes to a social audience. But how do you do it? How do you get your music on TikTok? Can you actually make money? And will Trump really banish the Chinese social media? We'll tell you all the important in…
 
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