- Phil’s Faves: Songs, July 15, 2018
- Celebrate the Sun on “Theme Attic,” Wednesday Morning, 10AM-12PM EDT!!!
- “Bugapalooza” 2018 moves to “Prime Time theme Attic,” Monday Night, 8PM-10PM EDT!!!
- Phil’s Faves: Albums, July 8, 2018
- Colors, Pigs and Whiskey: Such Luck! Wednesday Morning on “Theme Attic,” 10AM-12PM EDT!!!
Tag Archives: Bruce Springsteen
Happy 4th of July!!! “The Almost All American Show” Is Repeated on “Theme Attic,” Wednesday Morning, 10AM-12PM EDT!!!
In case you missed my annual “Almost All-American Show” or would like to hear it for the first time, it will be repeated on “Theme Attic,” with Phil Maq, Wednesday morning 10AM-12 PM EDT!!! Artists in order of appearance are, … Continue reading
The third time’s the charm, too! If you missed the fun interview with Greg Kihn on last Wednesday’s “Theme Attic,” not to worry. It will be repeated on Monday night’s “Prime Time Theme Attic” with Phil Maq from 8PM-10PM ET! … Continue reading
Over the years, I have been lucky enough to see so many great artists. They range from stadium acts like Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, and The Rolling Stones, to local legends like The MC5, Savage Grace, and SRC, in their … Continue reading
Well, folks, here it is. The moment you’ve all been waiting for! I’ve listened to a ton of great music this year and took great pains to pick my favorites. Not only are they ranked, but they are the best … Continue reading
One of the first organized protest against the living conditions in South Africa came from Artists United Against Apartheid. An idea put into practice by Little Steven Van Zandt focused attention on the plight and disparity between the rich and … Continue reading
An unexpected heat wave has hit most of the country, so let’s have one more blast of summer fun! How about a bike ride? Nora Jane Struthers and The Party Line take us for a ride…in a vintage dress on … Continue reading
Bruce Springsteen has always been known for his live performances and intentionally stayed away from industry videos for several years of his career. In 1992, the musical landscape was changing, The E Street Band had split up, and Bruce found … Continue reading