It's the show worth getting up early on Saturday for, it's our weekly trip back to the 60s, those crazy, psychedelic, free-form 60s. Starting with the number 1 album of the 60s, Sgt. Peppers and working our way through some early Stones. Jimmy Page will split his time between the Yardbirds and Zeppelin and then we'll give you a good hit of CSNY's album Deja Vu. It's almost like all this has happened before.Donovan will speak in tongues, the Dead will remind us why we love them, and Jimi Hendrix sets his guitar, part of the stage, and his hair on fire. Whew, and there is more. I'll have a story of why Jim Morrison reallly needed some job counseling, and why the Beatles 1966album sounds like they may have discovered drugs, ya think?. And A rare recording of the Jefferson Airplane before they could fly, when they were called theGreat Society. We'll finish it up with a band that made it's debut at a free concert in front of a half a million people.in London's Hyde Park ..A lot going on, best to get their early. The hog farm will be serving breakfast in bed for 400,000 and we'll save some for you. See you Saturday!
Here is the Jefferson Airplane before Grace, with Signe Toly Anderson. Marty is singing lead.
The Supergroup, Clapton, Winwood, Baker and Gretch.