It’s not enough that can sing, but the dudes can drum while they do it. Today at 4 on “The List”; join Dan as he features Drummers, who go vocal. The final guy is the late legend who sat behind the kit for the band with the coolest band name ever!
What I Like About You-Romantics
Life in the Fast Lane-Eagles-Don Henley
With a Little Help From My Friends-Ringo
Learn to Fly-Foo Fighters-Dave Grohl
Up in Cripple Creek-The Band-Levon Helm
It’s a trip down memory lane today on The List. Dan has put together his picks for the top 5 concerts in Colorado history. Including a legendary band who played their first U.S. gig in Denver, A riot on the rocks, and an unwanted concert guest for The Rolling Stones. Catch The List…today at 4
Led Zeppelin –Good Times Bad Times-December 26th-1968-Denver Auditorium-First U.S. Show
Jimi Hendrix Experience-Purple Haze-June 1969 Denver International Pop Festival -Last Show
Jethro Tull-Teacher-Red Rocks-Riot on the Rocks-June 10-1971
Rolling Stones-Honky Tonk Women-July 20th 1975 Fort Collins-Elton Crashes the Gig
U2-Sunday Bloody Sunday (Live)-U2 Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky-1983
Today on The List, The Mountain Gives Good Bass. The 5 songs in rock history with the biggest bottom end bass leads. The top spot goes to a tune that thumped its way to the top of the charts and it’s from the only band in rock history to have each of its members write a number one hit!
Sunshine of Your Love-Cream
Higher Ground-Red Hot Chili Peppers
Another One Bites The Dust-Queen
We all have songs we jump to on our favorite albums...the deep cuts. Today on The List, join Dan for a trip through his 80’s albums as he digs in for tasty cuts you don’t always hear. Including the best song Steve Perry ever sang that wasn’t a hit
Still They Ride-Journey-Escape
Trip through Your Wires-U2
Justice and Independence-John Mellencamp-Scarecrow
Romeo and Juliet-Dire Straits-Making Movies
It’s the invasion of the Canadian Rock Stars today on The List- Now, one guy shows up in two bands. The world’s best power trio will jam and although Neil makes The List…find out who beats Neil Young out as Canada’s top selling male rock star guy of all time!
Workin for the Weekend-Loverboy
The Loner-Neil Young
No Time-Guess Who
Cuts Like a Knife-Bryan Adams
Rolling Stone conducted a reader’s poll asking which bands should break up, and the resulting list has made its way to Dan Mitchell’s “The List”. Join him at 4 as he shares a list of 5 Bands that should call it a career!
The Who-Long Live Rock
Rolling Stones-Waiting on a Friend
Bon Jovi-Livin’ on a Prayer
Lynyrd Skynyrd-Tuesdays Gone
Today on The List; it’s 69 dudes! Dan has come up with 5 tunes that mention the year 1969. Now, along with the rock and roll you’ll also get a bit of a history lesson today. Bring your number two pencils to take notes!
Summer of 69-Brian Adams
Running on Empty-Jackson Brown
Lonely Boy-Andrew Gold
1969-Stooges (Iggy Pop)
It’s the little things that matter today at 4 on The List. Joan’s little scream, Warren’s little grunts…you know, cool little moments in music that stand out! Just like The List
It’s only Rock and Roll-Rolling Stones (fantastic “oh yeah”)
Go Your Own Way-Fleetwood Mac (Guitar Slam at end)
Don’t Stop Believing-Journey (Drum Punctuation)
I Hate Myself for Loving You-Joan Jett (Joan’s Screams)
Lawyers, Guns and Money-Warren Zevon (Warren at the end)
Today at 4 on The List, Dan will be dealing up some heartbreak. Join him at 4 as he features 5 rock classics about the one that got away. It’s love, lust, 3 chords and a ball of dust today on The List.
Jessies Girl-Rick Springfield
More Than a Feeling-Boston (Marrianne)
(867-5309) Jenny-Tommy Tutone
Today on The List, Dan is rockin’ the house with The New Jersey Mass Choir, The London Bach Choir and the Islington Green School Choir, oh and the bands they rocked with.
You Can’t Always Get What You Want-Rolling Stones (London Bach Choir)
Another Brick in the Wall-Pink Floyd (Islington Green School Choir)
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For-u2 (Rattle and Hum Version)
I Want to Know What Love Is-Foreigner (New Jersey Mass Choir)
I am the Walrus (Mike Sammes Singers)
It’s Rockers and their choirs, today at 4
If somebody glosses you with a nickname, you’d better live up to it. Today at 4 on The List, Dan is counting down his top 5 nicknames in rock. They are “handles” that truly fit the persona of those who bore them. You’ll find no “King of Rock and Roll” on this list. But there is a Lizard King! Tune in at 4 to hear who else makes the cut.
Doors-Roadhouse Blues-Jim Morrison-“The Lizard King”
Ozzy-Crazy Train-“The Prince of Darkness”
Ted Nugent-Cat Scratch Fever-“The Motor City Madman”
Eric Clapton-The Core-“Slowhand”
Bruce Springsteen-Born to Run-“The Boss”