With Rickey Vincent
10:00 PM Pacific Time: Fridays
Two hours of the strongest, stankiest, uncut funk anywhere on the airwaves, hosted by Rickey Vincent.
With Rickey Vincent
with Rickey Vincent
"How Radio Was Done" Part 20 (Solo) "65 turns into ’66 with the focus on the touring Beatles at the end of that rope. WABC’s continuous coverage of the Beatles in New York City, Casey Kasem reads a Beatle fan letter, DJs rant, IDs play, The Byrds are infuenced, and lots of live Beatle performances, … Continued
Just in time to set the tone for the upcoming elections, Rickey Vincent takes us back to the powerful soul and rock renditions of anti-Vietnam war music. From the Temptations and Marvin Gaye to Jimi Hendrix and Funkadelic, black artists brought the horrors of that period out through their music.
THE ALL BOOTSY SHOW – the 20th Annual! Rickey Vincent hosts a special three hour celebration of the life and times of William "Bootsy" Collins, the great bassist for James Brown and George Clinton who is widely regarded as "The Number One Funkateer of All Time!" Also featured will be special interviews, and the official … Continued
"How Radio Was Done" Part 19 (Solo) An early to mid 60s look at the Beatniks’ progress, the H bomb, People Are No Good, the words to Mission Impossible, Dylan rehearsing, top 40 blaring, MLK saved by not sneezing, and students revolting, but you’ll never walk alone – a double play!
"How Radio Was Done" Part 18 (Solo) In our patented one step forward and three steps back process of revealing history as if it happened on the radio, we begin around 1962 and don’t even get to ’66 again. The early ’60s Beatles predominate, Bob Dylan does takes, Coca Cola everywhere, Surf culture and the … Continued
"How Radio Was Done" Part 17 (Solo): After some opening announcements by Izzy Isn’t, we start creeping into the mid ’60s with DJs of the time, all the hits, lots of Andy Warhol, H bomb love, the Beatles in the studio, and Bob Dylan’s 1965 Newport "electric surprise" show introduced by Jumpin’ Jack Jackson. 3 … Continued