The Doobie Brothers have won 4 GRAMMY awards and sold over 48 million records - including 3 multi-platinum, 7 platinum, and 14 gold albums. They've tallied five Top 10 singles and 16 Top 40 hits. The Doobies have also received the most prestigious and rare Diamond Award. On this episode , award-winning program director Ray White interviews The Doobie Brothers drummer Ed Toth, who has been with the band since 2005. In this July of 2017 conversation, Ed touches on his career with Vertical Horizon, how he became a "Doobie" and the role he plays with the band and their last studio album of original material - World Gone Crazy. Plus much more, too! In our "showcase" segment, you'll hear from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, whose latest studio release is titled Unvarnished. To learn more about the program visit http://www.classicartiststoday.com
At the top of the album-oriented rock charts during the 1970's you'd find the band Kansas. They appeared on the Billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the '70's and 80's. On this June of 2010 interview, the CAT's Ray White spends times with Kansas guitarist Richard Williams, who has been with the band since their debut album was released in 1974. Rich shares his insights into the 35th anniversary of the band, that features the release of their live CD/DVD - There's Know Place Like Home. Kansas' recent album is The Prelude Implicit, their first studio release in 16 years. Our showcase band on this episode is Mike and the Mechanics, who were formed by Genesis' co-founder Mike Rutherford in 1985. Their latest release - Let Me Fly, is their eighth studio album.