Steve Morse has consistently been named one of the world's top guitarists during the past four decades. He was voted "Best Overall Guitarist," in Guitar Player magazine's reader's poll for five consecutive years - then inducted into their "Gallery of Greats." Steve is Deep Purple's longest-serving guitarist having been with the band since 1994. Along with his own band and solo work, he co-founded the Dixie Dregs and current pop/rock supergroup Flying Colors. Steve was also with Kansas in the late 1980's. Throughout his career, his work has received seven Grammy nominations. Multi-award winning program director Ray White, caught up with Steve in September of 2018 during Deep Purple's "The Long Goodbye Tour," to talk about his career highlights and Deep Purple's latest album Infinite. In our "Showcase Segment," we feature Ace Frehley of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band KISS! Guitar World named Ace as the 14th Greatest Metal Guitarist of all-time! His latest album is Spaceman. Learn more about our show by visiting our website at Classic Artists Today.
Formed in 1974, 38 Special is still led by co-founder Don Barnes. Guitarist and lead vocalist, he sang all the bands hits through 1987. Throughout the years the band has recorded a Double Platinum, 3 Platinum, and 2 Gold studio albums, which included 12 Top 10 hits! Their last studio release was Drivetrain. Award-winning Program Director Ray White, caught up with Don in July of 2018, at his hotel before a show to talk about being the heir apparent to lead the Southern Rock genre after the farewell tours of The Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd. He also shares his insights into the making of his first solo album, Ride The Storm, that was released in 2017 after the tapes were lost in the record company's shuffle after it's 1989 recording. In our "showcase segment," we feature The Charlie Daniels Band - another leader in the Southern Rock movement, that hit its stride in the 1970's. Their last studio album was Nighthawk. For more information about our show, visit Classic Artists Today.
Rich Robinson has performed on albums that have sold over 30 million copies throughout his career. He's gained international notoriety as a founding member of The Black Crowes, a band formed in 1989. In 2016, Rich formed The Magpie Salute, which includes several band members from his days with The Black Crowes. Award-winning program director Ray White, catches up with Rich on his tour bus to talk about his latest album High Water 1, his stint with Bad Company and much more! In our showcase segment, we feature two music icons: Van Morrison, whose latest album is The Prophet Speaks and Joan Jett who's featured in the documentary Bad Reputation. For additional information about our show visit Classic Artists Today.