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Tears In Heaven
At about right now we were all pretty much glued to our TV sets. We have had a lot of bad things happen in our lifetime but this was such a collective sadness. You know the president being assassinated was horrible but it was the president, just one person. This was thousands of people and it was just horrible sadness for everybody involved, the first responders, the people on the planes, the people who were working and all of us watching, it was just terrible. If you believe in a higher power and maybe there is a place called heaven, there is certainly a lot of tears so we are going to play this from Eric Clapton.
Who's Crying Now
Boy Joe Perry what a great guitarist and he is sixty-four years old today. So today in honor of Joe Perry’s birthday we are going to play a song by Steve Perry. Here is Journey.
Somebody's Baby
Ok it’s time for a little international flair today. We are going to play a song by an artist who was born in Heidelberg, Germany. His dad was a service man there and then they moved back to the United States when he was three years old and then he started speaking English. He started writing hit songs after he got out of high school and he lived in Greenwich Village when he joined the nitty gritty dirt band and had a lot of hits. Finally when Fast Times at Ridgemont High came out, this is when he had his biggest hit. His name is Jackson Brown. This was his highest charting single and it hit number seven on the hot 100.
Ok we told you a few minutes ago that I went to see Toto and Michael McDonald this weekend. If you get a chance to go see them together it is great. When Toto came out, they sound just as good today and can hit all the high notes and the place went crazy when they got into this song.
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