IN AWE BEATLES, BASEBALL, & BOURBON
Indulgent brownie-inspired cookies topped with caramel flavored crème with a hint of sea salt.
You had me at sea salt. This one is very easy. I would go with Jefferson's Ocean which is Aged at Sea on a ship which travels the globe. That hyper-ages the bourbon and it works.
Steve and Billy Bob Thornton reminiscing about FEBRUARY 9, 1964.
A true legend, Alice talks about their first number one album and his acting, including the obvious (Wayne’s World) as well as a surprising TV appearance.
With a career spanning record production, Buffalo Springfield, Poco and of course, Loggins & Messina, Jim talks about music and…Mexican food.
Vocalist for the band Babe Ruth, who recorded their debut album First Base at Abbey Road with a very famous band in the studio next to them.
Lead singer of Herman’s Hermits, one of the most successful acts of the British Invasion.
One of Steve’s favorite singer-songwriters.
The founding member of Jethro Tull talks to Steve about raising salmon and growing chili peppers.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s drummer on being involved with three #1 hit songs with three different groups.
Along with many other accomplishments he was the sound engineer on Abbey Road AND Dark Side of the Moon.
Lead singer of the timeless progressive rock band Yes.
The founding member of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
George talks about his influences and shares some of his Milwaukee memories.
Solo artist and former member of Fleetwood Mac talks about one of his album covers, Mick Fleetwood (along with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks) and reacts to Steve sharing which of his songs is Steve’s favorite.
The man behind one of the best selling live albums of all time, calls in to wish Steve a happy anniversary while in Milwaukee.
Known as “Superlungs” Terry Reid has had his songs recorded by The Hollies, Cheap Trick, Marianne Faithfull, CS&N, Jack While and Chris Cornell. He opened for The Rolling Stones, Cream, Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac. Most famously, he is known to have turned down an offer from Jimmy Page to be the lead vocalist of the band that would become Led Zeppelin.
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On his album The Art Of Tea
On The Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
On writing hits.
Steve tests the psychic abilities of one of America’s greatest singer songwriters.
The great Dr. John talks about winning a Grammy with B.B. King.
The legendary member of The Moody Blues talks about food and wine in Italy.
The founder of El Rayo-X who has worked with many other performers including Jackson Browne.
Touring and session keyboard legend on playing with Jimi Hendrix.
The musician known for Poco and the Souther-Hillmann-Furay Band talks about joining his friend Stephen Stills in the Buffalo Springfield along with Neil Young, Bruce Palmer and Dewey Martin.
Wishbone Ash was known for twin lead guitars. Andy Powell, a founding member, was also known for his Flying V.
In September of 2018 with the Milwaukee Brewers two and a half games behind the Cubs, Steve posted a coupon for a free bourbon whenever anyone saw him IF the Brewers won the NL Central Division. They won. And on a run that saw Milwaukee come within one game of the World Series, Steve had quite a few toasts with old and new friends.(seems like there were more bourbon coupons in circulation than 20% Off Bed Bath & Beyond coupons)
Danny, the original drummer and a founding member of Chicago tells Steve about forming the band. Steve tells Danny his favorite Chicago song.
Steve Stills talks about boats, cars and cellphones.
The inventor of the solid body electric guitar and so much more. A true genius. The only inductee in both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
An advertising genius who created Koss headphones billboards, radio campaigns with John Cleese and Jerry Seinfeld, and the legendary campaign of a then State Senator Russ Feingold, who despite almost insurmountable odds, won a US Senate seat.
Here is Eichenbaum’s series of ads for a guy with a Sunday morning radio show.