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Hooters drummer David Uosikkinen loves talking about music almost as much as he loves making it. From MTV-era super-stardom to his ongoing gig as band leader of the all-star ensemble In the Pocket, he’s got plenty of stories to share. Join him and longtime Philadelphia-area entertainment writer Andy Vineberg for in-depth conversations with some of Philly’s finest musicians, as well as some nationally known acts. If you love hearing the stories behind the songs from the people who lived them ...
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Promising young singer-songwriter Olivia Rubini, joined by her producer father Ritchie, performs tracks from her debut album "Silhouettes" and shares the stories behind the record, including the challenge of sharing heartfelt, personal lyrics with her dad.Ritchie Rubini, Wildfire Podcasts, Olivia Rubini, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
David takes a trip down memory lane as he looks back at photos alongside the likes of Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, Roger Waters and Jackson Browne, as well as some of his pre-Hooters bands.Wildfire Podcasts, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Blues-rock singer/songwriter/guitarist Greg Sover talks about once auditioning for Joe Frazier's band, his new EP "The Parade," how hearing Jim Hendrix's "Purple Haze" for the first time changed his life, and getting laughed at by his childhood friends for liking country music. Plus, Dave gets a surprise birthday phone call.…
Hooters co-leader Rob Hyman shares the stories behind songs such as "All You Zombies" and "Blood From a Stone," talks about co-writing "Time After Time" with Cyndi Lauper and playing drums on Joan Osborne's "One of Us," and recalls his earliest impressions of Dave.Wildfire Podcasts, Rob Hyman, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Veteran drummer Sammy Merendino talks about recording a blockbuster album with Cameo in the '80s, touring with Cyndi Lauper, performing on Broadway, where to find the best burger in NYC, and how spending his last $5 on a beer changed his entire career.Wildfire Podcasts, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Saxophonist Jay Davidson talks about touring with the likes of Cinderella, Steve Winwood and Whitney Houston (and playing 2-on-2 basketball with Houston), recalls his years in the Philadelphia Sixers House band, and shares other stories from his multi-faceted music career.Wildfire Podcasts, Jay Davidson, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Singer-songwriter John Faye of the Caulfields and Ike talks about his upcoming memoir, how a personal experience with his infant son led to a Philadelphia musical anthem, and the reunited Caulfields' feel-good cover of "Love Will Keep Us Together."Wildfire Podcasts, John Faye, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Philly music producer Brian McTear talks about working with artists such as Dr. Dog and the Dead Milkmen, praises the "best lyricist I've ever worked with" on a new Christmas project, and shares his earliest memories of Dave and the Hooters.Wildfire Podcasts, Brian McTear, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Michael McDermott, drummer for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and formerly with the Bouncing Souls, talks about joining Joan's band, memories of playing Warped Tour, and why playing "I Love Rock and Roll" onstage is a surreal moment every time.Wildfire Podcasts, Michael McDermott, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
ZouZou Mansour, leader of the Philly rock band Soraia, talks about their new album, "Dig Your Roots," working with Little Steven Van Zandt, meeting her idol Joan Jett, and using the F-word in a lyric for the first time.Wildfire Podcasts, ZouZou Mansour, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Veteran bassist Carmine Rojas talks about backing up such legends as David Bowie, Rod Stewart and Tina Turner, his iconic bass line on Bowie's "China Girl," and why he still gets starstruck when meeting his musical heroes.Carmine Rojas, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
From working with some of the biggest music artists in the world at The Record Plant in the 1980s to producing critical darlings such as Dinosaur Jr., The Hold Steady, and Kurt Vile, John Agnello has seen it all. He shares 40 years of musical memories.John Agnello, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Violinist Eric Gorfain, whose Section Quartet records and performs string arrangements of classic rock songs, talks about an eventful career that includes touring with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page in the '90s.David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg, Eric Gorfain
Veteran drummer Sandy Gennaro talks about playing with the likes of Cyndi Lauper, the Monkees, Bo Diddley, Johnny Winter, Benny Mardones and more, and how random acts of kindness can pay big dividends down the road.Sandy Gennaro, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Mickey Curry, longtime drummer with Bryan Adams, talks about backing Mick and Tina at Live Aid, working with legends such as Tom Waits, playing on some of the biggest albums of the '80s, and why he dreads being asked to play drum solos.Mickey Curry, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Longtime Billy Joel drummer Liberty DeVitto talks about his new book, "Liberty: Life, Billy and the Pursuit of Happiness," including the stories behind some of Joel's biggest songs and albums and his recent reconciliation with Joel.Liberty DeVitto, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Grammy-winning producer/engineer/musician/songwriter William Wittman, whose long list of credits includes hit albums from the Hooters, Cyndi Lauper, Scandal, The Outfield and Joan Osborne, shares behind-the-scenes stories from a lifetime in the music business.William Wittman, Andy Vineberg
Longtime Doro and Britny Fox drummer Johnny Dee returns to the show to talk about performing at drive-in concerts and raising a 1-year old son, and he also reflects on recently deceased UFO guitarist Paul Chapman, a friend and former bandmate in Waysted.Johnny Dee, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
In Part 2 of our interview with singer-songwriter-producer Cliff Hillis, he talks about his new single (co-written with Rhett Miller), "Let's Pretend" and performs it live; explains why even his "angry songs" come out sounding cheerful; and reveals his choice for the most perfect song ever written. He also performs his song, "The Buddha's Belly."…
Singer-songwriter-producer Cliff Hillis checks in from his home studio to talk about the pros and cons of Facebook Live concerts and how he's keeping busy during the pandemic, and he also performs his cover of Todd Rundgren's "I Saw the Light."cliff hillis, david uosikkinen, andy vineberg
Dave's Hooters band mate Eric Bazilian checks in from Stockholm, Sweden, to talk about the early days of the band (including the origin of the name), the stories behind albums "Amore" and "Nervous Night," his brand-new cover of "Help!", and he also performs a Hooters classic on acoustic guitar.Eric Bazilian, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Longtime music executive Paul Fishkin talks about an eventful career that includes working with the likes of Foghat, Todd Rundgren and Stevie Nicks, and the wild reward he received for being the subject of Rundgren's "We Gotta Get You a Woman."Paul Fishkin, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Longtime Fairport Convention and session drummer Dave Mattacks shares stories of working with the likes of Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Jimmy Page, Elton John, Jethro Tull, XTC and more, and recalls a memorable visit with John Bonham.Dave Mattacks, Andy Vineberg
Drummer John DeChristopher, former vice president of Artist Relations and Event Marketing Worldwide at Zildjian, talks about some of the many drummers he's met or worked with, including Steve Gadd, Rick Marotta, Charlie Watts, Ringo Starr, Joey Kramer and Neil Peart.David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg, John DeChristopher
Veteran rock 'n' roller Willie Nile talks about 20 years of raising money for Parkinson's research, his prolific recording career, his high-profile music friends, and why he refuses to let the (expletives) kill his buzz.Willie Nile, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
DC Collard of the British rock band The The talks about his deeply personal solo debut album "On a Mission" and shares stories of growing up in Malaysia, meeting his musical idols, and partying with David back in the day.DC Collard, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
LA soul singer Nathan Roth talks about his past heroin addiction, his collaboration and friendship with the late Glenn Goss, and also performs three songs live, including the national anthem and an Otis Redding classic.Nathan Roth, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Veteran rock bassist Kenny Aaronson returns to the podcast for a third time to talk about his recent work with the Yardbirds and other highlights from his career, and also reminisce about an old friend.Kenny Aaronson, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Randy Alexander of the Philadelphia Music Alliance talks about this year's Walk of Fame inductees, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the O'Jays, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Pierre Robert and the Hooters.David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg, Randy Alexander
Musician/actor/comedian Nick Jameson looks back at a career that includes producing and playing with Foghat and Paul Butterfield, voicing characters in "Frozen" and "Star Wars" animated films, and acting in "Lost" and "24." He also reveals what David's last name would sound like when pronounced by Chancellor Palpatine.…
Veteran Philadelphia singer-songwriters Don Lee Van Winkle and Skip Denenberg return to the show to promote their new music and perform multiple songs live with David.Don Lee Van Winkle, Skip Denenberg, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
Ilan Rubin, gifted drummer and multi-instrumentalist with Nine Inch Nails, Angels & Airwaves and his own band The New Regime, talks about his eventful career, including getting the chance to play with Paul McCartney.Ilan Rubin, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
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