This Vanity show highlights the accomplishments of Canadian born singers to the evolution of our music.
Our first call in show. Lee answers questions and takes comments and suggestions from listeners, plus music. Recorded live June 20th.
The final episode of the Sun Records story. The Dark Days before the label was sold. An interesting blend of how the music of Sun tried to change with the times while keeping their legacy intact.
To celebrate the 4th of July we salute the greatest country in the world. The USA. The best in music from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and beyond that exemplify our heritage on this Birthday of our Country
Episode 37. How to find out the winner of a horse race before it starts.
Part 4 of 5 of The Sun Records story. With Jerruy Lee in trouble, his records not selling and Cash, Perkins and Orbison leaving for bigger contracts with bigger labels, Sam Phillips tries to find the next Elvis, Cash or Jerrry Lee, with very little suc…
This months Vanity shsow focuses on songs that the titles never appear in the song. Produced by guest Bruce Stein.
There were actually seven men who made Sun Records the greatest rock n roll label in the business in the 1950’s they are all here tonight. Two hours of classic hits
With the success of Elvis and Johnny Cash many other rockabilly artists were signed to see if they could match the success of Presley, Cash and Perkins.Then a blonde piano player gets a chance for a contract.
The history of Sun Records from 1953 to 1965 takes center stage for the month of June. from the biggest of their hits to the obscure tunes; From the golden boys of Sun to the unknowns. They are all featured on the next month of show. Tonight the beginn…