Showing posts from June 25, 2016

THEM GUNS - Muffins Video starring Rodney Bingenheimer, Priscilla Presley, and Riley Keough (VIDEO)

This is an awesome video featuring the legendary Rodney Bingenheimer, Mom Priscilla Presley, and niece Riley Keough! Talk about family support! This video features cool cats, a cool car, and a cool place, Canters! That is exactly where I met Rodney. And while I'd have a pastrami on rye, Priscilla and Riley would split HALF a MUFFIN!

Steven Tyler says new solo album has Country Flavor on Howard Stern Show

While talking to Howard Stern on his radio show last week, Steven Tyler says his new solo album has a Country flavor, it took a left, it took a zig, it took a zag. He talks Aerosmith, and T Bone Burnett. Other clips include Steven talking about Prince and Aerosmith's faewell tour. Steven is always an awesome guest! So honest and passionate about music!

Legend Ralph Stanley passes Away at 89 (VIDEO)

NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Appalachian music patriarch Ralph Stanley, who helped expand and popularize the bluegrass sound, has died. He was 89. His publicist, Kirt Webster, says Stanley died Thursday. Stanley was born and raised in southwest Virginia. He and brother Carter formed the Stanley Brothers and their Clinch Mountain Boys in 1946. The brothers fused Grand Ole Opry star Bill Monroe’s rapid rhythms with the mountain folk of groups such as the Carter Family, and added a distinctive three-part harmony. Carter Stanley died of liver disease in 1966. Ralph Stanley’s a cappella dirge “O Death” from the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” movie soundtrack introduced him to a new generation of fans in 2000. He became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2000 and won a Grammy for best male country vocal performance in 2002. BIM: Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Source: Opry - FOX 59