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AC/DC live from Scotland 1991

Friday 03-31-17 AC-DC – Highway to Hell  

Angus Young, AC-DC’s lead guitarist has a Birthday today. The last couple of years have been rough for AC-DC. Singer, Brian Johnson left to deal with issues with his hearing. Angus’ brother and founding member, guitarist Malcolm Young had to leave due to health problems. Drummer Phil Rudd was fired because of issues with drugs and legal problems. Bass player, Cliff Williams, after 40 years on the road, got tired of the grind and retired last year. Only Angus Young knows what the future holds for AC/DC. This version of Highway to Hell was recorded in Scotland on April 29, 1991

Toto live from Poland 2013 

Wednesday 03-29-17 Toto – Hold The Line 

Happy Birthday to Toto’s lead vocalist, Bobby Kimble. The guys in Toto were some of the best and most sought after studio musicians in Los Angeles. They have recorded with so many rock and roll superstars it is impossible to list them all. Boz Scaggs, Steely Dan and Pink Floyd just to drop a few names. In 1977 they decided to start a band and record their own music. This live version of Hold the Line was recorded live on June 25th, 2013 in Poland during their 35th Anniversary Tour.

Van Halen live from Japan 1989

Tuesday 03-28-17 Van Halen – Summer Nights 

The Van Halen Brothers put together their first band, The Broken Combs in early 1970. In 72 they changed the name to Genesis and then to Mammoth after discovering there was already a band named Genesis. The brothers rented a sound system from David Lee Roth and decided to save money by letting him join as lead vocalist. David Lee Roth was either fired or quit in 1985 and was replaced by Sammy Hagar. In June of 1996 Sammy Hagar either quit or was fired. This is a “Bootleg Recording” of Summer Nights, recorded Live in Japan February 1989

Quiet Riot Live at Five

Monday 03-27-17 Quiet Riot – Bang Your Head 

Quiet Riot was formed in 1973 by a little know guitarist named Randy Rhodes, who later became a superstar as Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist. Randy died in a plane crash in 1982. Lead singer Kevin DuBrow died in 2007. James Durbin from Season 10 of American Idol is their lead singer these days. Quiet Riot was the first “Metal” band to have a top 5 hit single a cover of Slade’s “Slade’s “Cum on Feel the Noise” and #1 album in the same week. This is from Quiet Riot’s Greatest Hits CD.  

Foreigner live from Las Vegas 2005

Friday 03-24-17 Foreigner – Blue Morning Blue Day and Foreigner – Dirty White Boy

After leaving the band Spooky Tooth, Mick Jones put Foreigner together in 1976. Their first album, Foreigner, came out in March of 77 and sold more than 4 million copies in the US. In 2005 Mick hired exceptional musicians that could recreate, live, what Foreigner sounded like on the records. Mick on guitar and vocals, Jason Bonham on drums, Jeff Pilson (from Dokken on bass), Thom Gimbel (Aerosmith touring keyboardist) and Kelly Hansen on lead vocals. Today it’s a Foreigner Rock Block on Live at Five with songs recorded live at Texas Station in Las Vegas in November 2005. 

The Cars live from DC 1980

Thursday 03-23-17 The Cars – My Best Friends Girl  

Today is Ric Ocasek’s Birthday. Ocasek, Benjamin Orr, Elliot Easton, Greg Hawkes and David Robinson became The Cars in 1976. After years of success, they broke up 1988. Orr passed away in 2000 from pancreatic cancer. Surviving members reunited in 2010 and recorded a new CD, Move Like This, which came out in 2011. The Cars were nominated to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015…but have not made it in. My Best Friends girl was recorded live in Washington DC in 1980.

Queen live from Live Killers 1979

Wednesday 03-22-17 Queen – You’re My Best Friend 

Before Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor were members of a band called “Smile”. Freddie Mercury was a fan of the he joined them in 1970 and suggested the name change to Queen. They became one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Freddie Mercury died in 91 and bassist John Deacon retired in 1997. Queen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001. Today’s Live at Five is from Queen’s Live Killers. It was recorded during Queen’s Jazz tour in 1979.

Eddie Money live from the Galaxy Theatre 1997

Tuesday 03-21-17 Eddie Money - Shakin’ 

Happy Birthday to Edward Joseph Mahoney! Most of us know him as Eddie Money. The “Money Man” was raised on Long Island. His father and grandfather were NYC Police Officers. He was a NYPD trainee, but ended up not joining the force. Eddie got the music bug and moved to California to become a rock and roll star. Today’s Live at Five features the tune “Shakin’” from Eddie Money’s live CD Shakin’ with the Money Man. It was recorded at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California in July of 1997.

Emerson Lake & Palmer live from Switzerland 1997

Monday 03-20-17 Emerson Lake & Palmer – Lucky Man  

It’s Carl Palmer’s Birthday. Carl is the only surviving member of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Greg Lake and Keith Emerson passed away last year. Emerson was with a band called The Nice and was wanting to start a new band, Lake wanted to leave King Crimson. So the two of them got together and started auditioning drummers. After jamming with Carl Palmer from Atomic Rooster and The Crazy World of Authur Brown, they knew they’d found their man. Carl is also the drummer in ASIA. ASIA will be here on June 5th with Journey. This version of Lucky Man was recorded Live in Switzerland on July 7, 1997 during an ELP reunion.

Jimi Hendrix live from Paris 1968

Friday 03-17 Jimi Hendrix – Purple Haze  

Hendrix Experience is at The Joint tonight. Jimi Hendrix was one of the most influential guitarist to ever live. He started playing the guitar at 15, was a member of the Isley Brothers and Little Richards touring band before starting his own band “the Experience” in 1966. Jimi was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 92 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005. In 2014…the US Postal Service issued a commemorative postage stamp honoring him. This live version of Purple Haze was recorded live at the Olympia Theatre in Paris on January 29, 1968. 

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