Category Archives: Music

Laurel Canyon Radio New Kids In Town Radio Show – Playlist Week of January 12

Hey Laurel Canyon Radio listeners as an extra special treat,  we’ve got the playlist from our “New Kids in Town” radio show than runs on Friday and then again on Monday morning between 9 and 11 am (Laurel Canyon Standard Time – PST).  These artists are carrying for the spirit of the Laurel Canyon spirit whether by vibration, tribute, artistic […]

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Stephen Stills: Just Roll Tape Out In July

In April 1968, after Stephen Stills left Buffalo Springfield but before he joined CSN, the singer-songwriter found himself in New York at a recording session with then-girlfriend Judy Collins. When she finished, Stills wandered down the hall with an engineer and an acoustic guitar. Peeling off a couple of hundred-dollar bills, Stills told the engineer, “Just roll tape.” What he […]

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New Tracks Laurel Canyon Radio – September 21, 2015

New Tracks on Laurel Canyon Radio – Week of September 21 This sweltering summer is over (at least on the calendar) but we’ve got some new cool tracks to snuggle up to the radio with as the nights grow colder and longer. • “California Steamer” – Gospelbeach Somewhere between the unholy alliance of Northern and Southern California rock histories lies […]

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New Tracks on Laurel Canyon Radio – Week of September 11

New Tracks On Laurel Canyon Radio  – Week of September 11 It’s harmony September – with some great tracks and the discovery of an amazing woman who we think has the presence of Adele and the pipes of Aretha!   “Go Back” – Darlingside Massachusetts-based ensemble whose electic blend of 60s folk, clever wry wit, classical arrangements, soaring harmonies and […]

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New Tracks on Laurel Canyon Radio – Week of August 17

New Tracks on Laurel Canyon Radio – Week of August 17 It’s hot outside, but we’ve found some cool cuts to keep you invigorated as we head into the final lap of August.   “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart” – Chris Cornell Soundgarden front-man Chris Cornell has flirted with classic rock tradition, but this lead cut from the “Higher Truth” […]

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