Rick Keene Music Scene Presents A Musical Salute to The Flintstones!

The Flintstones changed lives …

Everyone around the world who had access to television (and in recent years – a DVD player) was affected by The Flintstones.

Lessons were learned, morality was taught as the men, women, kids and dinosaurs in Bedrock toiled through their daily lives. The Flintstones babysat millions of people around the world. 

 

A big part of the Flintstones’ phenomena was the opening theme song. As catchy a tune ever penned in the history of music.

 

Please listen below to some tunes inspired and / or written for

The Flintstones !

 

Please listen below to my chat with the legendary Garland Jeffreys!

Garland will be here May 5th

Club Soda !

Part One

Part Two

Visit Garland Here !

 

Visit Club Soda Here !

 

Garland Jeffreys Talks John Lennon and His New Album 14 Steps to Harlem

Garland Jeffreys is ‘still here ‘ …

 

Not only is he still here, his recent performances and latest album are among the best he has ever done ( or close to it).

The seventy three year old native of Brooklyn, N.Y. has been around the block. Been there and done so much in the music business. Whether cementing his friendship with Lou Reed, joining Bruce Springsteen on stage or educating the masses through poignant racial lyrics – Garland Jeffreys is a survivor.

Please listen below to  my chat with Garland preceding his upcoming Montreal show May 5th at Club Soda.

As always, Garland will be accompanied on stage by a handpicked group of accomplished musicians: Mark Bosch on guitar (Ian Hunter, Carole King), Brian Stanley on bass (Bryan Adams, Mike Scott / The Waterboys), Charly Roth on keyboards (Dennis Leary, Suzanne Vega, Edgar Winter) and Tom Curiano on drums (Dana Fuchs, Phil Roy, Jon DeRosa).

Hear some tracks off the new album; 14 Steps to Harlem.

Part One

 

Part Two

 

Visit Garland Here !

 

Visit Club Soda Here !

 

Garland Jeffreys Talks Lou Reed, Bo Diddley and His Love of Music.

 

Garland Jeffreys is ‘still here ‘ …

 

Not only is he still here, his recent performances and latest album are among the best he has ever done ( or close to it).

The seventy three year old native of Brooklyn, N.Y. has been around the block. Been there and done so much in the music business. Whether cementing his friendship with Lou Reed, joining Bruce Springsteen on stage or educating the masses through poignant racial lyrics – Garland Jeffreys is a survivor.

Please listen below to part one of my chat with Garland preceding his upcoming Montreal show May 5th at Club Soda.

As always, Garland will be accompanied on stage by a handpicked group of accomplished musicians: Mark Bosch on guitar (Ian Hunter, Carole King), Brian Stanley on bass (Bryan Adams, Mike Scott / The Waterboys), Charly Roth on keyboards (Dennis Leary, Suzanne Vega, Edgar Winter) and Tom Curiano on drums (Dana Fuchs, Phil Roy, Jon DeRosa).

Hear some tracks off the new album; 14 Steps to Harlem.

 

Visit Garland Here !

 

Visit Club Soda Here !

 

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