"Nobody leaves this place without singing the blues." Albert Collins, "The Master of the Telecaster" Always fun to cover for John. Tx, brother. Suellen
Tuxedo Junction Playlists
The show that features the best music of the 20th Century from jazz, to funk to anything in-between, just concentrated on da FUNK tonight! Thanks, JP Suellen
Postponed by a week by a blizzard, celebrating the 130th anniversary of the birth of the great American composer of musicals and pop tunes, Jerome Kern.
Xmas part 1; instrumental
Tonight's Tux-Junk show featured one of the most celebrated performers of the 20th Century, Mr. Elvis Aaron Presley. Commercially successful in many different musical genres, Presley was a forerunner of breaking the race barrier in modern American music. Complicated, deeply religious and troubled by his fame and success, Presley succumbed to his prescription substance abuse and health complications at the age of 42. The mark of a true legend is the impression that he leaves upon his fans and to this date, Elvis remains the highest selling record performer of all time. It was a pleasure to blow the dust off the station's respectable Presley vinyl collection that is stored in the basement. Thanks, JP, for the opportunity to "play it." Suellen
Funk & soul, late 60's/ early seventies. That is all.
It's Summertime when families typically throw a Family Reunion. Tonight, Tuxedo Junction hosts the family reunion of the Cash-Carter Family featuring the music and mystique that is Johnny Cash. A troubled, brilliant, humble and self-destructive man whose complexity extended to his music, Johnny Cash was THE greatest American icon of the 20th Century. At his death, in 2003, he had written thousand's of songs, dozens of albums and had fostered and collaborated on countless more with other musicians. Thanks to John for letting me take this one,