All Mixed Up

Richie Furay On "All Mixed Up"

Richie Furay has been a founding member of a pair of legendary bands - the Buffalo Springfield and Poco - and has also enjoyed a successful solo career over the years. He is coming back to New Jersey with his band on June 13 to perform at the South Orange Performing Arts Center where they…

Jeff Buckley's Former Manager Dave Lory On "All Mixed Up"

Jeff Buckley was one of those once-in-a-lifetime performers. His live performances were legendary. His songs were otherwordly. And his voice...that incredible voice. We lost Jeff on May 29, 1997 when he drowned while swimming in the Mississippi River. Dave Lory was Jeff's manager and his new book Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah To the Last Goodbye…

David Crosby Returns To "All Mixed Up"

David Crosby is no stranger to WDHA listeners. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer recorded and sang on some of the landmark albums of the 20th century and has released three extraordinary records in just the past few years. David called into "All Mixed Up" and spoke with Jim Monaghan about touring, his admiration…

Rock Author Steven Hyden On the Morning Jolt

Eagles fans - take note: You and Steven Hyden might come to blows. The author of Your Favorite Band Is Killing Me has just published a new book called Twilight of the Gods - A Journey To the End of Classic Rock, and he takes some serious shots at Don Henley, the late Glenn Frey,…

John Lodge Thanks Moody Blues Fans On "All Mixed Up"

The Moody Blues were recently inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (finally!!!) partly on the strength of the voting by their fans, said to be the second highest fan vote total since the Rock Hall added that to the induction process. The Moody Blues were so moved by the outpouring of support…

Mike Nesmith Returns To "All Mixed Up"

He has a VERY strong resumé - singer, songwriter, producer, actor, novelist.... Mike Nesmith's latest book, Infinite Tuesday, has just come out in paperback and he called into "All Mixed Up" on WDHA to talk with Jim Monaghan. Mike & Jim touched on Mike's songwriting, his First National Band project, the upcoming tour with fellow…

Procol Harum's Gary Brooker On "All Mixed Up"

When Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale" was released in the spring of 1967, it sounded unlike pretty much everything else that was on the radio at the time. Led by Gary Brooker's keyboards and haunting vocals, with lyrics virtually impossible to decipher, the song paved the way for Procol Harum. Now 50 years…

Producer Eddie Kramer On "All Mixed Up"

Eddie Kramer is synonymous with Jimi Hendrix. A legendary recording engineer and producer, Eddie played a huge part in the sound that Jimi captured in the studio over the course of his way-too-short life. A new 13-song compilation, Both Sides of the Sky, has just been released and Eddie called into WDHA to talk with…

Bryan Ferry On "All Mixed Up"

Roxy Music was as influential as just about any band that came out of the UK in the 1970's. From their songs, to their stage presence, to their album cover art, they were groundbreaking. Founding member and frontman Bryan Ferry called into WDHA to speak with Jim Monaghan on "All Mixed Up" about the band's…

John Oates On "All Mixed Up"

As part of the legendary duo Hall & Oates, John Oates has crafted some of the best-known rock & soul (to steal a title from a Hall & Oates album) music. Inducted into both the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, he has also crafted a solo career that…