Multi-instrumentalists will populate "The List" today. Dan's giving some of rock's most gifted players the opportunity to shine or more than their "specialty" instrument. Now, there is only one guy who could top this list...guess now and find out at 3!
I Saw the Light-Todd Rundgren
While You See A Chance-Steve Winwood
The Old Man Down the Road-John Fogerty
Every Night-Paul McCartney
There was a period of time back in the 70's when Caribou Ranch in Nederland Colorado was a recording destination for many legends. Today at 3 on The List join Dan features tunes created right here in Colorado.
Rocky Mountain Way-Joe Walsh
Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo-Rick Derringer
Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds-Elton John/John Lennon
Give a Little Bit-Supertramp
Captain Fantastic-Elton John
The John Hughes teen films of the 80's were notable for their stand out songs. "In Your Eyes" from Say Anything. "Don't You Forget About Me" from The Breakfast Club. With that in mind, on today's list, join Dan as he features 5 memorable songs NOT from John Hughes films.
You Can Leave Your Hat On-Joe Cocker
My Sharona-The Knack
Streets of Philadelphia-Bruce Springsteen
Walkin' on Sunshine-Katrina and the Waves
Today's list at 3 O'clock it totally self-indulgent on Dan's part. Heck, it's called "I Freakin' Love This Song!" Dan's playing 5 of his favorite tunes from the rock era. Hey, It just so happens that his favorite Elton John tune is Elton's favorite as well.
A Whiter Shade of Pale-Procul Harum
Movin' On-Bad Company
Mona Lisas and Madhatters-Elton John
Angel of Harlem-U2
Try and Love Again-Eagles
There's a lot of pressure in releasing a second album, especially if the first one was a hit. Today at 3 on The List Dan's featuring bands who beat the sophomore jinx in a big way. And, don't drool trying to figure this out, one of the bands 2nd albums was actually their 12th.
Sunshine of Your Love-Cream
Ramble On-Led Zeppelin
Take me to the Pilot-Elton John
Go Your Own Way-Fleetwood Mac