Dennis DeYoung was the was the primary lead vocalist and keyboardist for Styx for several decades. A founding member of the band, he penned 7 Billboard Top 10 singles and another as a solo artist. Award-winning program director, Ray White, speaks with Dennis, in November of 2014, about his live CD/DVD Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx and his last studio album One Hundred Years From Now. Dennis is also featured on the brand new album by Jim Peterik and World Stage - Winds of Change. In our "showcase segment" we feature the late Tom Petty, whose latest collection is titled, The Best of Everything. For more information visit us at Classic Artists Today.
Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer Wendy Waldman hit the Southern California music scene as a member of Bryndle - where other members included Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold, and Kenny Edwards, back in 1970. In 1973 her solo career was launched when Rolling Stone named her "Singer-Songwriter Debut of The Year" after releasing her first album. As a songwriter, Wendy reached the pinnacle when she co-wrote "Save The Best For Last" for Vanessa Williams, which was nominated for a Grammy. Her credits as a record producer includes albums for Jonathan Edwards, New Grass Revival and Suzy Bogguss. Award-winning program director, Ray White, catches up with Wendy in January 2019 to talk about her years as part of the second wave of outstanding female musicians and her soon to be released album, Blue Balloon. In our showcase segment we feature long time lead guitarist for the Eagles, Don Felder, who is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the iconic band, Don's latest solo release is American Rock 'n' Roll. For more information about our show visit us at Classic Artists Today.