He’s simply known as “The Voice.” Today at 3 on The List join Dan as he rock’s out with Paul Rodgers, the voice of Bad Company, Free and the Firm. Listen to win tickets to see his show at Hudson Gardens on June 8th
All Right Now-Free
Movin’ On-Bad Company
Feel Like Makin’ Love-Bad Company
Satisfaction Guaranteed-The Firm
Fat Bottomed Girls-Queen & Paul Rodgers
The spotlight shines on the ladies of the 80’s today on the list. If you listen you’ll no doubt have MTV flashbacks while you rock out to some of the best female rockers of the decade. Which band from 70’s came back even stronger in the 80’s? Get the answer to that question today at 3 on The List!
Shadows of the Night-Pat Benatar
Hazy Shade of Winter-Bangles
I Hate Myself for Loving You-Joan Jett
I Anyone Falls-Stevie Nicks
It’s big fun with an event Dan is billing as Piano-Rama today on The List. Join him at 3 as he features some of rock’s most gifted piano men. Is it a coincidence that 3 of them are named Billy? Conspiracy theorists are already buzzing!
Get Back-Beatles-Billy Preston
Every Little Kiss-Bruce Hornsby
I Know a Little-Lynyrd Skynrd-Billy Powell
Scenes from an Italian Restaurant-Billy Joel
Tiny Dancer-Elton John
Today at 3 on The List for better or for worse rock and roll dreams will come true. Among others, hear the story of the band who, with the help of Shel Silverstein, willed themselves onto the cover of a major rock and roll publication.
Wanna Be a Rock and Roll Star-Eddie Money
Rock and Roll Band-Boston
Cover of the Rolling Stone-Dr. Hook
Shooting Star-Bad Company
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to cut a rug today at 3 on The List. It’s a solid demonstration of songs you can dance to, with “dance” in the title. Above and beyond that, you’ll also learn why Led Zeppelin will never re-unite. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant will address the issue.
Dancing in the Streets-Van Halen
Dancing in the Dark-Bruce Springsteen
Dancing Days-Led Zeppelin
Let’s Dance-David Bowie
Come Dancing-The Kinks
It’s a diagnosed case of “hey” fever today at 3 on The List. With “hey” being the operative word for any song Dan might choose to play. It’s a master’s class in hey-ology. With that in mind, hey…don’t you miss it!
Hey Hey What Can I Do-Led Zeppelin
Hey 19-Steely Dan
Hey Joe-Jimi Hendrix
The double album is rock is quite the ambitious undertaking. There have been some double albums which seemed a bit “fat”…perhaps a single album would have served the artist better. Today at 3 on The List join Dan for a set he calls; “always leave them wanting more.”
Cadillac Ranch-Bruce Springsteen
Houses of the Holy-Led Zeppelin
London Calling-The Clash
Back in the USSR-Beatles
Rolling Stone Magazine music critics are notoriously snobby. Today at 3 on The List, join Dan as he exposes them by featuring 5 albums they whiffed on with unnecessarily and errantly harsh reviews!
Ramble On-Led Zeppelin-Led Zeppelin
Don’t Stop Believing-Journey-Escape
Saturday Nights All Right For Fighting-Elton John-Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Tangled Up in Blue-Bob Dylan-Blood on the Tracks
Every Little Thing She Does is Magic-Ghost in the Machine