October 15, 2021
This is Play That Rock'n'Roll's interview with recording artist JACK HUES (from WANG CHUNG), which is a discussion about his new album, "ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC WORKS 20:20". In this interview, we discuss the process of recording the new album, the album's single and music video, and Jack's future solo plans. We also cover some of the media that has featured WANG CHUNG music over the years (To Live & Die in LA, Walking Dead, Vice City, Michelob, etc.), the time Jack sang Nelly's "Hot in Herre" on national TV, and what music inspires him still to this day.
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October 3, 2021
This is the first of a special trilogy of episodes about the Jefferson Airplane "Family Tree", in which I will cover every principle artist and band involved in the Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship orbit. Today we will kick off this retrospective by exploring the original run of the Jefferson Airplane (as well as their late '80s comeback), and also the studio releases from Hot Tuna, which was the offshoot group formed by Airplane members Jack Cassidy and Jorma Kaukonen. We also discuss a handful of solo albums from Airplane members Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, and Marty Balin.
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