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Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root On "All Mixed Up"

Best known for the infectious "Send Me On My Way," Rusted Root defies musical categorization. The band is in the area for a performance at the South Orange Performing Arts Center October 15 and Michael Glabicki called into WDHA to chat with Jim Monaghan on "All Mixed Up." Related posts: Andrew Sandoval Talking Monkees On…

Author Kent Hartman Talks L.A. Rock On "All Mixed Up"

Kent Hartman wrote the definitive story of the 1960's Los Angeles rock scene a few years ago with the Los Angeles Times bestseller The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story of Rock and Roll's Best-Kept Secret. He's back with a brand-new book called Goodnight, L.A.: The Rise and Fall of Classic Rock - The Untold Story…

Author Holly Gleason On "All Mixed Up"

Longtime readers of Rolling Stone, the New York Times, and Spin are more than familiar with Holly Gleason. A well-respected music critic, she's also an accomplished songwriter who has worked with the likes of Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, John Prine and others. Holly recently compiled and edited a new book Woman Walk The Line: How…

Shawn Colvin On "All Mixed Up"

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her platinum-selling album A Few Small Repairs. Shawn stopped into "All Mixed Up" to chat with Jim Monaghan about that legendary record, touring with a full band as opposed to a solo artist, and the stories behind some of her classic songs. Shawn Colvin…

The Legendary David Crosby On All Mixed Up

David Crosby needs no introduction...but we'll give him one anyway. He's a founding member of two of rock's most important groups - the Byrds, and Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young). A two-time member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, his harmonies have been featured on songs by David Gilmour, Phil Collins,…

Rusty Young On All Mixed Up

Rusty Young has been the backbone of Poco, one of country-rock's seminal bands for nearly 50 years. His signature pedal steel sound, derived from trying to make the instrument sound like a Hammond B3 organ, is unmistakable. He is about to release his first-ever solo album and he called into "All Mixed Up" to talk…

Glen Campbell's New Album Through the Eyes of His Wife & Daughter

Though some regard him as mostly a country musician, the fact is that Glen Campbell's talents extend FAR beyond lumping him into one category. An incredibly talented guitarist, in his early days Glen found himself working on album sessions for Elvis Presley, Phil Spector, Frank Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole, the Beach Boys, and the Monkees…

Charles Berry Jr On "All Mixed Up"

Since we're basically all Chuck Berry's kids still out there either playing or listening to his licks, what better way to celebrate Father's Day than a chat with one of Chuck's children, Charles Berry Jr? The latest Chuck Berry album, Chuck, has just been released and Charles joined Jim Monaghan on "All Mixed Up" to…

Rich Robinson Talks Crowes & Magpies On the Jolt

Black Crowes founding member Rich Robinson and his new band Magpie Salute have released their self-titled debut album featuring a mix of new songs, covers, and a couple of old Black Crowes songs. With a full ten-piece band featuring some old Crowes hands such as Marc Ford, the band is scheduled to head out on…

John Ginty Shares Memories of Gregg Allman On All Mixed Up

Morristown-native John Ginty could be considered a core artist on "All Mixed Up." His melding of rock, blues, R&B, soul and jazz is powered by his incredible Hammond B-3 playing. John has played with, and opened for, the Allman Brothers during his career and he spoke with Jim Monaghan about that experience, as well as…