The G Man As Inspired Autodidact

G ManAnother four hours of a blend of all types of music under the rock umbrella, as a tribute to my storied roots. In certain circles folks remember Clyde Clifford from Beeker Street fame at KAAY Little Rock. He and Ron Sorenson from colorful KFMG in Des Moines thrilled me in the late sixties with their impressive underground radio shows. Then I later had wonderful influences from Al Schares ( KUNI's Progression) and Kerry Peace (KFMH and their Off The Beaten Track programs). The rest I had to figure out on my own. The result is individual sequences of sets that flow together or bump up against one another. Either way you are a little better off for the listening. Expect to hear six brand new releases including Faith Healer, obscure tunes from Tex & The Horseheads, Frumpy, and Jasper Wrath, plus some straight up hits by people like Little Feat, The Doobie Bothers, Chicago, Stones, Beatles, White Stripes, and Moody Blues.

Something for everyone, which of course was the original intent of the station itself. The greatest radio station on the planet. The G Man