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Sammy Hagar live from St. Louis 2002

Friday 02-24 Sammy Hagar – I Can’t Drive 55 

The first time I heard about The Red Rocker he was the front man for Montrose. Sammy quit Montrose in 75 and kicked off his solo career. He replaced David Lee Roth in Van Halen in 1985 and he either quit or was fired (depending on who’s story you believe) in 96. Sammy and Eddie Van Halen have been bickering ever since. Today’s Live at Five is Sammy’s I Can’t Drive 55 recorded in Maryland Heights, MO (St. Louis) on June 7, 2002.

Deep Purple live from Japan 1972

Thursday 02-23 Deep Purple – Smoke on the Water

Deep Purple was one of the first heavy metal bands. In the 1975 Guinness Book of World records they are listed as the globe’s loudest band for a show they did in London in 1972. Eligible since 1993, Deep Purple was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year. This tune was recorded in Japan in August of 1972 and is from their live CD, Made in Japan. 

KISS live from the Hard Rock in Las Vegas 2014

Wednesday 02-22 Kiss – Lick it Up 

Kiss is rockin’ The Joint at the Hard Rock tonight! They are getting into the casino business here in Oklahoma later in the year. Kiss puts on an incredible show. They have sold more than 100 million albums and are in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame This live version of Lick it Up was recorded in November 2014 at The Hard Rock in Las Vegas during their 40th Anniversary tour.  

Bon Jovi live from New York City 2000

Tuesday 02-21 Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive 

Bon Jovi is playing in OK City tonight! To me, they are much better live. If you are making a road trip to see them tonight, you’ll know what I mean. They released a new CD late last year called “This House is Not For Sale”. It is Bon Jovi’s first CD without original guitarist Ritchie Sambora who left in 2013. He was replaced by a great guitarist named Phil X. This version of Wanted Dead or Alive was recorded live in New York City on September 20, 2000

Bad Company live from Florida 2008

Monday 02-20 Bad Company – Run with the Pack 

Free’s vocalist, Paul Rodgers along with the late Boz Burrell and Simon Kirke from King Crimson and Mott the Hoople’s guitarist Mick Ralphs put together Bad Company in 1973. They were the first band to get a deal on Led Zeppelin’s record label Swan Song records. Ralphs has taken a leave from touring with the band after having a stroke last year. Today’s Live at Five is Bad Company, recorded live at The Hard Rock in Florida on August 9, 2008.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Live at Five

Friday 02-17-17 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – American Girl

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers are America’s band. They will be in OK City with Joe Walsh on April 20th. Tom is from Gainesville, Florida but spent time in Tulsa in the early days recording at Leon Russell’s Church Studio. Petty once said “I’d like to see us break some new ground and leave some sort of mark on music”….I think it is safe to say that they have accomplished that goal. From the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2002.

Lynyrd Skynyrd Live at Five

Thursday 02-16-17 Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama

Lynyrd Skynyrd was called My Backyard when they first got together in Jacksonville, FL in 1964. They settled on Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1969. At the height of their game, three members died in a plane crash in 77. Surviving members re-grouped in 1987 for a reunion tour with Ronnie Van Zant’s brother, Johnny on lead vocals. They were inducted on March 13, 2006 by Kid Rock. Estranged from the band for many years, their original Drummers Bob Burns and Artimus Pile and Guitarist Ed King were inducted with the band and played on stage with them at the ceremony. 

John Mellencamp Live at Five

Wednesday 02-15-17 John Mellencamp – ROCK in the USA 

John Mellencamp’s first manager pressured him to change his last name to Cougar and threatened to not release John’s first album if John did not agree to the name change. Changing his name to Johnny Cougar is something Mellencamp still regrets. John holds the record for the most songs, by a solo artist, to hit #1. He helped organize the first FarmAid concert in 1985 and has been involved ever since. Johnny Cash called him one of the top 10 songwriters in music. Mellencamp was inducted on March 10, 2008 by Billy Joel.

Jackson Browne Live at Five

Tuesday 02-14-17 Jackson Browne – Runnin’ on Empty 

Jackson Browne was born in Germany where his dad was stationed. When he was 3 years old the family moved to Los Angeles where Jackson grew up. He graduated High School in 1966 and joined The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. He left NGDB after a few months, moved to Greenwich Village, New York and became a staff song writer for Elektra Records. In 68 he moved back to California where he met future Eagle Glenn Frey. In 1971 Jackson signed a record deal with Asylum Records and put out his first album in 72. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 14, 2004 by Bruce Springsteen.

Cream Live at Five

Monday 02-13-17 Cream – Sunshine of Your Love 

Eric Clapton has musical ties to Tulsa that go WAY back. Several of Clapton’s most loved songs were written by Tulsan, JJ Cale. Tulsa musicians like Jamie Oldaker, the late Dick Sims and the late Carl Radle were members of his touring band. Eric Clapton was already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Yardbirds when he was inducted with Cream in 1993. This performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was the first time he had played with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker 25 Years. He was honored by the R &R Hall of Fame again in 2000 as a solo artist.

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