Ray Must Need a Great Sax Section - Bob Bernotas, Host of WNTI's Just Jazz, Remembers Three Saxophone
Masters. During second half of January 2009 the music world lost three brilliant jazz and blues saxophonists, all of them longtime
Ray Charles collaborators: Leroy "Hog" Cooper, David "Fathead" Newman, and Hank Crawford. Brother Ray,
wherever he is, must need a great sax section.
Photo: Top is David "Fathead" Newman,
Bottom (L-R): Leroy "Hog" Cooper, Hank Crawford
Hidin Out In A Rock N Roll Band' - Jerry Garcia's 31st Birthday Party - 8/1/73
Article by Scott Acton host of WNTI's Morning show, My
Back Pages, Things We Said Today
The Grateful Dead/ The Band ...35 years ago this month. For 2 nights at that creepy, dilapidated minor league baseball stadium...Roosevelt
Stadium in Jersey City... This had all the makings of a party for the ages....
First Concert: Janis Joplin with Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Madison Square Garden; Article
by Greg Lewis host of WNTI's Rock-it Science
1969 was my first year in high school. Like most 14 year olds, I wanted to be 18 years old... Catching the train that night from
the Massapequa train station, the platform was loaded with young long haired kids heading in to the Garden to see Janis Joplin.
First Concert: Steppenwolf / Genya Ravan & 10 Wheel Drive 1969; Article by Scott
Acton host of WNTI's Morning show, My Back Pages, Things We Said
My first concert was sometime in 1969; I think late winter or early spring... 1969 - A magical year for America - on July 20 Man
landed on the moon, The Miracle New York Mets won the World Series, and a half a million music and fun seekers trekked to the
First Concert: Leon Russell Memories
by Mike Watterston host of WNTI's Dog Bites
October of 2007 seeing Leon Russell at the Stanhope House sent me back - he looked good, sounded great and for
a moment, I was back in time!