Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festiavl

Check out the website for the 6th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco on October 4th, 5th and 6th. It's held at Speedway Meadow in Golden Gate Park and the best news is that it's free. You'll get to see and hear some very fine artists that you hear on "Through The Listening Glass." To see the line-ups just click the link. www.strictlybluegrass.com

DJ Dawgfish Out


Playlist for 7/26/06

Tom Petty - Night Driver
Chris Isaak - Blue Spanish Sky
Shelby Lynne - Rainy Night In Georgia
Rhen - Don't Know
Charlie - No Second Chance
Santana - Samba Pa Ti
Elvis Costello - Alison
Rufus Wainwright - Cigarettes & Chocolate Milk
T-Bone Burnett - There Would Be Hell To Pay
John Hiatt - It Hasn't Happened Yet
Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere
Nino Moschella - Are You For Real
War - Summer
Bob Dylan - Summer Days
Inner Circle - Summer In The City
Tony Joe White - I Just Walked Away
Cat Stevens - Oh Very Young
Don Henley - Long Way Home
Chris Brown - All My Rivals
Rascals - Singin' The Blues Too Long
Otis Rush - Double Trouble
John Mayall's Blues Breakers - All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
Jimmy Reed - You Got Me Dizzy
Ben Harper - Get It Like You Like It
Ray Davies - Run Away From Time
Derek Trucks Band - I'll Find My Way
Johhny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down
Moody Blues - Talking Out Of Turn
Al Di Meola - July
Police - King Of Pain
Rolling Stones - Memo From Turner
Big Brother & The Holding Company - I Need A Man To Love
Box Of Frogs - Back Where I Started
Mark Knopfler & Emmy Lou Harris - Beachcombing
David Gilmour - On An Island
Leo Kottke / Mike Gordon - Rings
Neko Case - Hold On Hold On
Josh Ritter - Wolves
Arling & Cameron - Shake It

This Week in Music History

2003 - Robert Palmer, who reached number 14 in the US in 1979 with "Bad Case Of Loving You", died of a heart attack at the age of 54 on September 26th.

1975 - On September 25th, 41 year old Jackie Wilson suffers a heart attack while performing at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Ironically, he was in the middle of singing one of his biggest hits, "Lonely Teardrops" and was two words into the line, "....my heart is crying" when he collapsed to the stage, striking his head heavily. He suffers brain damage and lapses into a coma. Although he never uttered another word, he remained clinging to life for over eight years and died January 21st, 1984.

1963 - New York disc jockey Murray The K receives a copy of The Beatles' "She Loves You" and plays it on radio station WINS-AM. It is believed to be the first Beatles' song ever played in the US.

1887 -
Emile Berliner, a 36 year old German immigrant living in Washington DC, applies for a patent on his invention, the gramophone. The machine was the first to play flat discs as opposed to Thomas Edison's wax cylinder apparatus. The patent would be granted in November.