They play Pepsi Center on February 12th next year. Tickets went on sale today for The Who’s Quadrophenia tour and Dan has got the Perfect List to get you amped up…Oh, and he happens to have a pair of tickets to give away…just sayin’!
The Real Me
Love Reign O’er Me
Today on The List, Dan remembers rock stars we recently lost. Levon Helm of The Band and Jon Lord of Deep Purple have passed on to Rock and Roll Heaven. Join Dan as he remembers them and others we lost, today at 4.
The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down-Band (Levon Helm)
Soul Man-Blues Brothers (Donald Duck Dunn)
Sentimental Lady-Bob Welch
Wild Night-Van Morrison (Ronnie Montrose)
Hush-Deep Purple (Jon Lord)
It’s underrated bands you’ll be hearing on today’s edition of The List. Dan has chosen five such rock ensembles rife with talent, but lacking in the critical or public acclaim department. Hey, on e of these bands may very well have invented punk and heavy metal!
The Smithereens-A Girl Like you
Blue Oyster Cult-Burning For You
The Kinks-All Day and All of the Night
Deep Purple-Woman From Tokyo
Thin Lizzy-Cowboy Song
It’s Brothers in Rock today on The List-today at 4 Dan will count down the top 5 bands in rock featuring male siblings. Here’s a riddle for you…the number 2 band had a hit covering a song by the top band on today’s list. Good Luck!
Black Crowes-Jealous Again-Robinson Brothers
INXS-New Sensation-Farris Brothers
Allman Brothers-Whipping Post-Duane and Gregg
Van Halen-Running With the Devil-Eddie and Alex
Kinks-Lola-Ray and Dave
It’s the Mount Rushmore of 80’s Rock today on The List. Dan will feature a California band whose guitarist changed the game, the world’s most famous Irish band, and three others who dominated the decade.
U2-Pride (In the name of Love)
Bruce Springsteen-Born in the USA
The Police-Every Breath You Take
Today on The List, it’s All or Nothing. Free gives it their all, while Pete Townshend’s got nothing. Sting says of his contribution to today’s list; "It's about the death of my father, so it's pretty dark as a record but on this song the words are foiled by this fairly jolly tune.” Hey, you don’t get the word jolly to often in quotes from rock star guys!
All Right Now-Free
Nothing is Everything-Pete Townshend
All She Wants to do is Dance-Don Henley
Nothing from Nothing-Billy Preston
All This Time-Sting
Rock duets take center stage today on The List. Dan has chosen 5 of his favorite collaborations in rock to expound upon. Included in the set is a tune sung by Paul and Riley (non stage names) that serves as a supreme example of how to sing with complete passion about…passion!
When Love Comes to Town-U2 and BB King
Close My Eyes Forever – Lita and Ozzy
Under Pressure – Queen and Bowie
Easy Lover-Phillip Bailey and Phil Collins
Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around-Stevie and Tom
The magic is in the music today on The List…literally! Join Dan at 4 as he pulls out of his hat 5 tunes with the power to apparently influence events by using mysterious or supernatural forces…don’t be afraid!
Magic Carpet Ride-Steppenwolf
Magic Bus-The Who
Every Little Thing She Does is Magic-Police
It’s a powerful thing to have a memorable intro to a song. Today on The List, Dan is featuring 5 underrated song intros. One is the best use of clocks in rock, still another shows how simple perfection in the rhythm section can grab you! Let this serve as your introduction to another edition of The List…today at 4.
Eminence Front-The Who
Runnin With the Devil-Van Halen
Are you Gonna Go My Way-Lenny Kravitz
Get ready to rock in “One hit Wonderland” today on The List-Dan will be laying out his picks for the top 5 “rockinest” one hit wonder songs ever! You’ve probably heard of all the bands…except perhaps the rockers who sit at number one.
Tuff Enough-Fabulous Thunderbirds
Keep Your Hands to Yourself-Georgia Satellites
We’re not Gonna Take It-Twisted Sister
Black Betty-Ram Jam
It’s rockers with the Golden Touch today on The List. Dudes who have managed to form at least 2 stellar bands and have a successful solo career to boot. Is it Paul McCartney or Eric Clapton who deserves the top spot? Shoot Dan an e-mail…oh and write-ins are encouraged.
Stephen Stills-Love the one you’re with
Steve Winwood-Higher Love
Neil Young-Cinnamon Girl
Eric Clapton-Layla (Acoustic)
It’ll be a devil of a time today at 4 on The List. Devils’ Radio, Devil in a Blue Dress, the devil you say. The top song on the list was rewritten in 1968 to reflect some recent and tragic American history.
Devil’s Radio-George Harrison
Runnin With the Devil-Van Halen
Devil in a Blue Dress-Mitch Ryder
Sympathy for the Devil-Rolling Stones
Today on The List-It’s Dan’s selections for the most mind numbing, amp pounding guitar licks of the 80’s. He’s counting em down from 5 to one and tops on The List is one of the hottest touring bands of the past couple of years. Oh and one of them wears the silliest pants!
Sweet Child of Mine-Guns and Roses
Back in Black-AC/DC
If you could start a rock band and have any vocalist in his prime as your front man…who would you pick for your top 5? Well oddly enough…Dan has made such a list. Today at 4 he’ll reveal his choices for rocks greatest voices!
Ian Gillan-Deep Purple-Woman From Tokyo
Roger Daltrey-Who-Join Together
Paul Rogers-Bad Company-Feel Like Makin Love
Freddie Mercury-Queen-Fat Bottomed Girls
Robert Plant-Led Zeppelin-Black Dog