Lost On The River Ep. 9
Lost On The River Episode 9 finds the gang wading into familiar territory as we piggy-back on last episode's King Records discussion. Bill Furbee talks about King Records' recording artist Otis Williams of Otis Williams and the Charms. We then have an unexpected surprise guest pop in to give us an update on the King Records situation.
J. Dorsey discusses his upcoming Third Thursday Blues School program that will be taking place at Herzog Music and cranks out a couple great blues tunes for us. Followed by DJDQ who gives us the details on the LONG awaited re-release of his game changing Where The Sidewalk Begins record. How did it get made? Where has it been for so long? And how can you own one of the limited edition vinyl pressings released by Herzog?
Join us as Aaron Sharpe, Elias Leisring, and Bill Furbee are your guides for another edition of Lost On The River.
Big thanks to our sponsors, the Thunderdome Restaurant Group - bringing you favorites like the Eagle, Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, Krueger’s and Bakersfield. Also, thanks to Ottos Covington, and Eli’s Bbq.
Intro/Outro music by All Seeing Eyes.