In this episode of Barside Jive Live, DC chats with Singer, Songwriter, Musician and Fort Worth native, Andrew Sullivan. During DC's Rock Music News segment, DC reports on the continued rift between Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and David Gimour, Top 100 Rock Albums of the '80s feat AC/DC’s “Back in Black,” and birthday shoutouts to Stan Lynch, Leo Sayer, Bill Champlin, Hilton Valentine, and Ronald Isley.
In this episode of Barside Jive Live - Home Edition... DC chats with Nicole Heimann (vocals), Jay Patterson (guitar), Sammi Bishop (drums), and Paul Schmaus (bass) of Poisoness, a tribute to Poison. During DC's Rock Music News segment, DC reports on Southern Metal Guitarist Kirk Windsteins addiction to cocaine, Top 100 Rock Albums of the '80s feat "Women And Children First" by Van Halen, and a birthday shoutout to Bill Ward, original drummer of Black Sabbath.
In this episode of Barside Jive Live - Home Edition... DC chats with John Pierce (Vocals), Tommy Stogner (Guitar), Jimmi St. James (Guitar), Ryan Stogner (Bass), and Ral Spera (Drums) of Dallas' own Bad Company/Free Tribute Band, "Breaking Bad Co." During DC's Rock Music News segment, DC reports on breaking news from the Hall & Oates camp, Top 100 Rock Albums of the '80s, and some birthday shoutouts.
In this episode of Barside Jive Live - Home Edition... DC chats with Singer/SongwriterYolie Millan. Yolie talked about her original project as well as the two tribute bands she is currently in; Fleetwood Mac Tribute, "Forever Mac' and Linda Ronstadt Tribute, "Blue Bijou." During DC's Rock Music News segment, DC reports on Steve Vai's nighttime guitar training technique, Top 100 Rock Albums of the '80s, and a birthday shoutout.
DC sits down for a chat with "Straight Outta Cash" Singer-Songwriter Maddie Pemberton. Maddie is a 15-year-old singer/songwriter from Cash, Texas, and the lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist for the "Just Us" band. She has been singing and writing original songs since she was 12-years-old so tune-in to find out more about this young lady. During DC's Rock News segment, DC covers how soon concerts will return and whether or not they will ever be the same due to the coronavirus.
DC talks to Singer-Songwriter Bradley Banning who released his first single, "Don't Mess With Texas," that broke Top 20 on the Texas charts in 2017. After spending a decade in Nashville learning everything he could about the music industry, Bradley has moved back to Dallas, where his roots, as well as a special lady, reside.
DC sits down for a chat with Alisha Pattillo (sax), Amanda Bateman (trumpet) and Sarah Hatler (trombone) of the high-energy and fun, horn-section-for-hire, "The Wonder Horns."
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DC chats with singer-songwriters Weston Dodd and Cody Dollins of DFW based, original project, "Ghost Dance Band." Also, DC covers the Guns 'N' Roses tour rescheduling during his Rock News segment.
DC chats with Michelle Johnson, founder, and frontwoman of "Blonde Sabbath," a tribute to Black Sabbath, an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1968 and often cited as the pioneers of heavy metal music. Michelle talks about the band's past as well as the future of the band with a new lineup and some cools things to come. During Rock News, DC covers very cool classic rock documentaries on Netflix and the great content at vokalnow.com, including lots of Barside Jive, while everyone is hunkered down at home in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. Also buy a copy of 'All Things Must Pass' a documentary that explores the rise and fall of Tower Records, and its legacy forged by its rebellious founder, Russ Solomon. Go here.... https://amzn.to/2U4kdrV
DC chats with Dacota Deaver (Vocals/Guitar), Chance Cochran (Guitar) and Cody Holloway (Drums) of the Fort Worth, Texas-based original project, "The Dacota Deaver Band." DC covers the passing of Keith Olsen, Rock Hitmaker with a broad Résumé, who died at 74. And Bre Akers...DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" was out with a medical thing. Best wishes Bre.
DC chats with the gang from Dallas' very own Tribute to Madonna, "PriMadonna." Adrian Lea Valhalla (lead vocals), Poppy Xander (Backing vocals, Keyboard & Synth), Bobby Hoke (Keyboard & Synth), and Rob Hines (guitar). DC covers KISS's decision to cancel all Meet N Greets due to COVID-19 concerns. Brad explores the Black Sabbath debut studio album released in 1970 during Art Jive Live. And Bre Akers...well, the "Tipsy Gypsy" was out with a medical thing. She's okay but it was a family thing. Best wishes Bre.
DC sits down for a chat with Americana singer-songwriter Levi Ray from Fort Worth, Texas. Levi is one great guy with a powerful voice. DC covers former guitarist Gilby Clarke who had a 3-year tenure as the rhythm guitarist of Guns N' Roses, replacing Izzy Stradlin in 1991 during the Use Your Illusion Tour and most recently got snubbed as an inductee in the Rock Hall of Fame during his Rock News segment. The "Tipsy Gypsy" is actually back tonight from her nun training and brought us some Bud Light MangPeach seltzer....YUM!
DC chats with Jimmy King (guitar) Dave Anderson (Bass) and Steven Naylor (vocals) from "Lone Star Skynryd," a tribute to southern rock great Lynryd Skynyrd. DC covers KISS's plans to open a Rock N Brews Casino complex in Mississippi. Brad explores the Jimi Hendrix Experience "Are You Experienced" album cover art during Art Jive Live. And Bre Akers...DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" is back and brings DC sour pickle beer from Martin House Brewing and Best Maid Pickles, both of Fort Worth, Texas and it's a hit! DC LOVES IT!
DC sits down for a special Saturday chat with Singer-Songwriter Justin Pickard about his new album, "Heavy On The Heart" and it's upcoming release.
DC sits down for a chat with legendary Texas Bluesman Rocky Athas about his past and future. Rocky is best known for his work with Black Oak Arkansas, Glenn Hughes, Buddy Miles, SRV’s Double Trouble and John Mayall. DC covers Metallica festival cancellation news and The Black Keys Summer Tour announcement during his Rock News segment. And some bad news to report..., NO "Tipsy Gypsy" tonight as Bre had to be away, on assignment of course, creating beautiful funeral wreaths for dead people in her mom's floral shop. We Will Survive!
DC sits down with Robert Teagarden (guitar), Pete Pistolas (keyboards) and Freddie (drums) from "Soul Sacrifice," a Tribute to Santana. DC covers Judas Priest 2020 North American Tour news and the new ZZ Top documentary. Brad explores the Beatles "Revolver" album cover art during Art Jive Live and DC discovers that he too was on the cover...the TRUE 5th Beatle! No Tipsy Gypsy tonight as Bre had to be away, on assignment, creating funeral wreaths for dead people in her mom's floral shop somewhere in a remote location in East Texas.
DC chats with Singer-Songwriter Sable Breeze. DC also covers some Linda Ronstadt during his Rock Music News and Bre Akers, DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" is out with diarrhea from food poisoning.
DC sits down with David Knight (Drums), Robby Terry (Bass) and Walter Webb (Vocals) of Dallas/Fort Worth based "New Years Day," a tribute to Irish rock band formed in 1976...U2. So, DC had this whole episode to himself. "The Tipsy Gypsy" was puking from food poisoning she got at some small East Texas town Asian Food joint and Brad was out with his wife celebrating her birthday. LOL!
DC sits down with Singer-Songwriter Jeb Bridges from San Saba, Texas. Also DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" Bre Akers manages to pull off her shortest segment ever and she does it from East Texas.
DC sits down for a fun chat with Paul Averitt and Trey Garrity of DFW's own tribute to The Beatles, "Hard Night's Day." of DFW cover band, DC covered some Elton John news during his Rock Music News segment and Artist Brad Jensen explored The Rolling Stones "Some Girls" LP cover art during Art Jive Live. DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" Bre Akers was on assignment in East Texas which meant no drinks. for the crew.....bummer dude! Enjoy!!!!
DC chats with Singer-Songwriter Zak Webb based in Brownwood, Texas. Bre is back with some more "Tipsy Gypsy" and brought real drinks!!! Also DC has some KISS news during his "Rock Music News" segment.
The Tu-Tones are "Stompin" Bill Johnston and "Mr. 18 Karat" Bob Wingate. This fun duo bring the blues to Barside Jive LIVE. DC talks about Neil Young's apology for not releasing his 1975 album "Homegrown" until now during DC's "Rock Music News" segment, Bre is back with real drinks during her "Tipsy Gypsy" segment and Artist Brad Jensen discuses Elton John Album Art during "Art Jive Live."
DC sits down for a chat with Oklahoma based Singer-Songwriter Bethnie Rose.
DC chats with Shane Zehner and Dan Nelson about their tribute top Foreigner, "Double Vision" and their relationship with the original band members. DC covers his Rock News, Bre Akers sends her love from Key West with another Tipsy Gypsy segment previously recorded at Nils City Hall Saloon in the Fort Worth Stockyards and Artist Brad Jenses talks the Beatles "Yellow Submarine" cover art.
DC, Bre, Brad and Boner show up to find discover Tipsy Gypsy Bre Akers had plans to take over the show with an "extensive version" of her Tipsy Gypsy segment. So...being the gentleman that he is, DC rolls with it! DC does talk some Funko Pop rock characters during Rock News, Brad talks Pink Floyds "Dark Side of the Moon" album art. and Boner pleads for mercy.
DC sits down for a chat with Dave DePaul (Lead Vocals) and Steve Palmer (Lead Guitar) of DFW cover band, "The Halftones." DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" Bre Akers brings more mocktails, DC eye rolls Dry Freak'n January and Artist Brad Jensen talks some Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon " cover art during ArtJive Live. while Boner looks on. Dave saves the day with a bottle of Patron Silver for DC.
DC chats with Austin based Singer-Songwriter John McDonough. DC talks "Pearl Jam" during his Rock News segment and he's got a new toy....his sound machine.... Also, DC's "Tipsy Gypsy" Bre Akers brings more mocktails to the partee. :)
DC sits down for a chat with Terry Wayne Ranson and Hunter Ellison of "Rush-More" a tribute to RUSH! This episode is dedicated to the memory and the life of Rush drummer Neil Peart.
JC Scars and Tim Naylor deop in to Studio One to chat with DC about their tribute to the Stone Temple Pilots, "Unglued."
Mario Tremaine, Paul Averitt and Bobby Hoke talk about their roles in "Thin White Dukes" a Tribute to David Bowie.
DC sits down with Los Angeles based Singer-Songwriter Tiffany Sloan and talk her (and hubby's) band "Blind Static."
DC sits down for a chat with singer-songwriter Paul Averitt, the "Roger Daltry" of DFW tribute to "The Who."
DC sits down with Oklahoma based country singer/guitarist Bailey Rae.
DC chats with James Michael (Drums), Ryan (Guitar) and Shane (Vocals) of Dallas/Fort Worths tribute to Tesla.
DC sits down for a chat with Kruz Bramlett, Blaze Bramlett, Blake Savola, and Jacob Meazle of "Cinema For The Blind."
Lead guitarist Glenn Johnson of The Burning Sky cover band brings Fireball to the show and the building literally catches fire. Nevertheless the group escapes through the stairwell.
Jared Mullins, Nick Snyder and Patrick Smith rock 'n roll into DC's show with new music and a soon to be released album, "Frenzy,"
Vocalist Sarah Sparrow joins DC to talk about her tribute to Motley Crue, "Motley Mayhem."
Guitarists/Vocalists Mike Patterson and Rick Curcio joins DC to talk about their cover project "Ashmore."
DC sits down for a chat with Lezlie Deane (Scary Cherry), Craig Reeves (Novacraig) and Jeff Comess (Bam Bam) of "Scary Cherry & The Bang Bangs."
Bassist Mike Cooper joins DC to talk about Journey Tribute Band, "Infinite Journey."
Fifth Phoenix, winner of Wildflower Festivals 2019 Battle of the Bands flys into Barside Jive LIVE for a chat with DC. Griffin Holtby and Collin Katz perform some of their original tracks.
DC sits down for a chat with Tommy Katona of Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute, "Texas Flood."
DC sits down with Singer-Songwriter Mason Adams and Gil Altom.
DC sits down for a chat with Rodney Smith about his Tribute to Dwight Yoakam, "Local Yoakam."
DC sits down with Singer-Songwriter Miranda Kennedy. Miranda performs some of her original songs.
DC sits down with Singer-Songwriter Miranda Kennedy. Miranda performs some of her favorite cover songs.
DC talks the blues with 12 year-old keyboardist Singer-Songwriter Dylan James Shaw aka "Boogie Boy."
DC brings to the world stage premier Alice Cooper Tribute, Band, "Dallas Cooper," Ashlee Reeves (Nurse) and Mario Middleton (Alice) talk shop while DC spins some of thier tunes. The two stay after for the filming of an impromptu haunted elevator video.
DC demonstrates what a host does when he finds out, in the 11th hour, that the guest cant make it due to some communication breakdown.
DC chats with Keith Loftin and Jimmy Walden of DFW cover band "Time Thief."
DC sits down with Singer-Songwriter Jackie Don Loe who brings the blues, hot wheels, beer glasses and a tee to Barside Jive!
DC chats with Kristy and Glenn Johnson of Heart Tribute, "Even It Up." Kristy & Glenn share stories about their friend and recent house guest, Roger Fisher, guitarist and founding member of Heart.
DC chats with Chris Holt, guitarist for the Don Henley Band. Chris also plays guitar for Max Weinberg's Jukebox and when time allows he works on his own original project.
DC sits down for a chat with Jim Martin of DFW cover band, "The Soul Shakers."
DC chats with Mason Adams & Gil Altom from the Mason Adams Project on Halloween evening. Boo!
DC sits down for a chat with members of DFW's Pink Floyd Tribute, "Texas Floyd."
DC has a phone chat with drummer/vocalist Don Brewer who co-founded American Band Grand Funk Railroad.
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DC sits down for a chat with drummer Brad Bartlett (Charlie Watts) and singer Justin Whitehead (Mick Jagger) with DFW tribute to the Rolling Stones, "The Stoneleighs." Adina is our featured visual artist on Art Jive Live.
DC sits down for a chat with Kristy Johnson, (the Ann) of Heart Tribute band, "Even It Up."
DC spins a variety of original tunes and chats with Artist Sally Wilkins. DC's Tipsy Gypsy Bre Akers talks about New Trends such as CBD cocktails.
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Singer-Songwriter Justin Pickard stops in to chat about his new album and "Floofy."
DC chats by phone with Lisa Underwood of "Big Little Town," a tribute to American country music group, Little Big Town. Artist Travis Austin stopped in to talk about his fashion designs and creations.
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Watch?Listen as Donny Hart talks about his career from his early beginning with heavy metal band Pantera through his latest project with the premier Eagles tribute band Desperado.
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Buddy Whittington this week on Barside Jive. Tune into Barside Jive Live Thursdays at 7:30pm (cst).
DC concludes his chat with legendary guitarist Jimmie Vaughan
DC concludes his conversation with Foghat co-founder and drummer Roger Earl.
DC continues his conversation with Foghat co-founder and drummer Roger Earl.
Foghat co-founder and drummer Roger Earl joins DC to talk about his early musical influences and the formation of his seminal band.
UK singer, songwriter and harmonica player TJ Norton describes his unique music journey and how he ended up with a musically-gifted girl from Michigan.
DC continues his chat with Dallas guitarist Jim Suhler talking influences and some of the amazing musicians he's played with along the way.
DC catches up with guitarist Jim Suhler to talk about his musical influences growing up in Dallas, and how he ended up joining George Thorogood & The Destroyers.
DC sits down with Ft.Worth-based guitarist Buddy Whittington to talk about his early years with John Mayall. Plus find out which guitarist Buddy idolized then ended up playing with later in his career.
DC wraps-up his interview with Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos.
DC and Bun E. talk touring with KISS and how Cheap Trick became beloved to police officers everywhere.
DC continues his chat with Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos about the coolest venues they played and how his latest solo record came to be.