Every weekday morning, join Bob Mosolgo for a double-feature, Decade of Difference. Bob will highlight on an artist or group that has been creating music for at least a decade. First, he’ll feature a tune by that group around 7:50. Then, he’ll fast forward 10 years and play another song by that same artist an hour later.
The late Earl Scruggs popularized a three finger banjo picking style, now called the Scruggs style, over his seven-decade career. Scruggs began as a 21-year-old hired to play with Bill Monroe in the Blue Grass [...]
Brett Dennen grew up listening to the music his parents loved, late '60s and early '70s folk rock, and it had an influence on his career. Relocating from Northern to Southern California after college, Dennon [...]
The most musically experienced of the four artists assembled for the 60’s sitcom The Monkees, Michael Nesmith had already written and recorded after his tour of duty in the Air Force. Nesmith grew up in [...]
Photo: By Carl Lender Edgar and his brother Johnny Winter owe much of their musical success to the encouragement of their parents. The Beaumont, Texas brothers grew up in a family of music lovers and [...]