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…

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…

Emmylou Harris On "All Mixed Up"

Over the course of her career, Emmylou Harris has crossed musical boundaries from rock to country to bluegrass and back again. Her soaring voice first came to the attention of many via her work with the legendary Gram Parsons before branching out as a solo artist. Emmylou is passionate about animals (sound familiar, WDHA listeners?)…

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…

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…

Jim Messina On "All Mixed Up"

Jim Messina's career as a producer, songwriter and performer includes his work with Buffalo Springfield, Poco, Loggins and Messina, and his solo career. He is appearing at the Shea Center For the Performing Arts on the campus of William Paterson University this Saturday night. Jim Monaghan spoke to Jim on "All Mixed Up" about songwriting,…

Robbie Robertson On "All Mixed Up"

Look up the phrase "music legend" and Robbie Robertson's name immediately pops up. His recent autobiography Testimony covers his career from its earliest days, through his days with Bob Dylan, up to the Thanksgiving 1976 farewell concert by the Band documented in Martin Scorcese's "The Last Waltz." Robbie called into WDHA to chat with Jim…