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  • David Fleming speaks to Dennis Tufano about not only his work with The Buckinghams, but doing the music of Bobby Darin - with a live disc out. We'll hear about some of The Buckinghams' hits - including one of my favorite jazz tunes - given lyrics then hitting the charts.Dennis Tufano will be in San Bernardino quite soon as part of the lineup on the "Diamond Ring & Devil Tour" along with Gary Lewis & The Playboys, Mitch Ryder, Tom Garrett and The Classics IV, and The Cyrkle. That's August 20th at California Theatre of the Performing Arts in San Bernardino. More at affordablemusicproductions.com.
  • David Fleming speaks with Gary Lewis about the earliest of days of the band, including before his dad, comedian Jerry Lewis, even knew his son was a musician. He was told - with a rather special presentation. We'll also hear about some of the hits of course, with Gary Lewis and the Playboys in our region soon. More at affordablemusicproductions.com
  • Music from The Classics IV, and David Fleming in conversation with lead singer Tom Garrett. We’ll hear he came to BE the lead singer, having been hand-picked by the founder of the group, and of course the hits – Traces, Stormy… and of course – Spooky. AND, The Classics IV will be coming to our region soon. They're part of the lineup in "The Diamond Ring and Devil Tour," along with Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Mitch Ryder, Dennis Tufano, and The Cyrkle. More on the band at theclassicsiv.com, and more on the concert at affordablemusicproductions.com.
  • On this edition of the program, David Fleming speaks with Bob Cowsill. The Cowsills had big hits with Indian Lake, The Rain the Park and Other Things, and Hair, and with six siblings and their Mother singing, recording, and touring, they were the real-life inspiration for The Partridge Family.
  • David Fleming speaks once again with Don Dannemann, one of the founders and lead vocalists with The Cyrkle. They’ll be in the region soon, with more at affordablemusicproductions.com. On this edition of the program we'll look at some of The Cyrkle's songs - AWAY from the biggest hits.
  • David Fleming speaks with Don Dannemann, one of the founders - and current members of - The Cyrkle. We'll hear about how they ended up with The Beatles Manager Brian Epstein as THEIR manager, how John Lennon gave them the name, and of course their biggest hits, "Red Rubber Ball," and "Turn Down Day."
  • David Fleming welcomes back John Cafiero, of Osaka Popstar. He was on not too long ago to talk about the new EP, EAR CANDY. On this edition of the program, we’ll hear about the rerelease of Osaka Popstar and the American Legends of Punk – and once again – some REALLY fun covers.
  • David Fleming speaks with Chloe Agnew, one of the original members of Celtic Woman. We'll hear a bit about Celtic Woman... as well as her recent solo release, "Reimagined." We start the program with Riverside's Peter Curtis, and some INCREDIBLE reimagining of some well known tunes from a variety of genres. The common element - it's all music which made him think of the pandemic in some way. Some quite tongue in cheek, with others quite beautiful and thoughtful. It's all solo guitar, with the exception of the wonderful jazz standard, "The Nearness of You." This one with saxophone accompaniment, and all on Peter's latest release, "Pete's Pandemic Playlist."
  • David Fleming speaks with Ray Russell, a legend in the world of jazz fusion, you might also think of him as a part of England's Wrecking Crew, with numerous film and TV scoring credits, and playing on numerous James Bond themes. He was also GIVEN a Barth guitar, built in Riverside, by George Harrison, and will be in the area soon as part of a celebration OF Barth Guitars – and The House of Note in Riverside.
  • David Fleming speaks with Paul Brett – author of “Finding Fretless – The Story of George Harrison’s Mad Guitar." That guitar originated in Riverside, and the book is FILLED with Inland Empire people and locations. We’ll also hear about an event coming up soon celebrating Bartell Guitars, The house of Note, and memories from this region.