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It's another trip through progressive FM rock radio tonight on The Depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers.

Are you ready to go on another exploratory musical journey with me?

I've got four hours of deep, rare classic rock, blues and jazz to excite your ears and mesmerize your mind.

It all starts at 11:00 PM Eastern immediately following the Snowman. tune in, and let me take you through the night on The depths.

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Diversity is the spice of life tonight on The Depths

Greetings fellow music travelers.

Tonight's musical journey through The Depths will take your ears on a twisting, turning excursion through everything that made progressive FM rock radio so exciting to listen to. You'll hear:


  • Blues from Junior wells and Luther Johnson

  • Latin jazz from Willie Bobo

  • Indian-inspired music from John McLaughlin
  • Deep tracks from Iron Butterfly, Humble Pie and Dan Fogelberg
  • And so much more.
  • Our trip begins promptly at 11:00 PM eastern, immediately following The snowman.

Like a bridge over troubled water, we will span the Depths

Greetings fellow music travelers.

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Simon and Garfunkel's masterpiece album, "Bridge over Troubled Water."

Throughout the night, we will hear some different takes on classic Paul Simon tunes and, in the fourth hour, we will visit a sold-out Carnegie Hall in 1969 where Simon and Garfunkel perform songs from the album a full two months before its release.

Along the way, we'll encounter rare tracks from classic artists who are touring this Summer such as steely Dan, Steve Winwood and Hall and Oates.

Go inside the recording studio with Frank zappa, tonight on The depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers.

For the final session of The Depths of the decade, I have a special feature for you in the first hour of our journey together. We are going to go deep inside the studio as Frank Zappa leads a stellar group of world-class musicians through recording the basic tracks for what would become his ground-breaking second solo album, "Hot Rats."

Then, we'll explore other historically-significant treasures from the past that were unearthed during this decade from Santana, Humble Pie, Joe Cocker, John Coltrane and more.

the music does most of the talking, tonight on The Depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers. I have been ill all week, so this weeks journey through The Depths will feature a lot less of me, and a lot more of the progressive FM rock music mix that makes your ears jump for joy.

You will hear the intriguing story about the KISS song, "Beth" and how it tangentially ties KISS to Bob Seger.

This is definitely four hours of late night musical goodness that will make your headphones happy.

Our musical journey begins promptly at 11:00 PM eastern, 8:00 PM, immediately following The Snowman.

A brief visit to Altamont, and so much more, tonight on The Depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers,

Tonight, as we twist and turn our way through the depths of classic rock, we'll detour into some classic jazz, blues, and even a little funk. Yes indeed, the Little River Band will exist along side Elmore James, the Knack, cannonball Adderley, and the Marshall Tucker Band just to name a few.

In the third hour, we will turn the clock back 50 years, and play some rare audio from the day after the disastrous Altamont Festival that may show that more people were at fault for provoking the violence besides just the Hell's Angels.

Live music comes out to play tonight on The Depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers.

On this holiday weekend in the US, come away with me to an imaginary stage where all kinds of different artists, from The Beatles to Otis Redding, from King Crimson to Earth, Wind and Fire, all come together to play a four-hour live concert.

It's a show you can enjoy with family and friends, or simply by yourself with a pair of headphones. the first band takes the imaginary stage promptly at 11:00 PM eastern, 8:00 PM Pacific, immediately following the Snowman. You can hear the show again on Wednesday at 4:00 PM Eastern.

It's all about Jimi, Billy and Buddy tonight on The Depths

Greetings fellow music travelers.

Yesterday, a monumental new box set from Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys called "Songs for Groovy Children - the Fillmore East concerts was released.

In just two days, Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles laid the groundwork for a whole new style of hard, soulful, psychedelic funk that influenced countless musicians, but up until now, most people have only heard the heavily-edited 45 minutes of material that ended up on the original Band of Gypsys live album.

an auditory journey, and temporary detour, tonight on The Depths.

Greetings fellow music travelers.

Tonight's journey through The Depths will be unique in that all of us will take a detour back through time before moving forward again. In order that we can get back to standard time, hour three is so nice that we will play it twice.

As we wind our way through our excursion together, we will hear deep rarities from Thin Lizzy, UFO, Billy thorpe, Gong, Country Weather, and so many more.

The Depths returns with a tribute to Ginger Baker

Greetings fellow music travelers.

I am thrilled to report that my long painful journey through surgery and recovery is going well, and that now I am ready for all of us to go on our next musical excursion together.

On tonight's edition of The Depths, we will begin by paying our proper respects to Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek.

We will also have our ears tantalized by new archival releases from Steve Miller, Nektar and James Brown just to name a few.

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