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The Vinyl Night radio show features some of the best and most influential people in the music industry. Each week will feature an intimate, candid and in depth one on one interview with drummers, guitar players, bass players, keyboard players, recording engineers, singers and producers. All of these great artists contributed to music that changed the world.

JOHN “JR” ROBINSON has become the most recorded drummer in history. Some of the hits are, We Are The World, All Night Long, You Are and Say You Say Me by Lionel Richie, I’m So Excited and Slow Hand by the Pointer Sisters, I’m Just A Gigolo and California Girls by David Lee Roth, Higher Love, Express Yourself by Madonna, Off The Wall, Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Rock With You, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal from the late great Michael Jackson and many many more!

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03/15/17 Randy Kerber - LA LA LAND Keyboardist, Composer, Arranger on Harry Potter, Force Awakens, Titanic

RANDY KERBER is a composer, orchestrator, and keyboard player, who has had a prolific career in music. He began his first national tour with Bette Midler in 1977, at the age of 19. Kerber was nominated for an Oscar in 1986, along with Quincy Jones and others, for Best Original Score for the motion picture, "The Color Purple". He was nominated for a Grammy for his arrangement of Over the Rainbow for Barbra Streisand. As a studio keyboardist, he has worked on over 800 motion pictures including "Titanic", "A Beautiful Mind", and "Harry Potter I, II, & III". The piano in "Forrest Gump" which features a feather floating in the wind, was played by Randy Kerber. The celeste theme in "Harry Potter", composed by John Williams, is also played by Randy Kerber. Most recently, Randy has performed piano solos on Steven Soderbergh's "Behind The Candelabra" for which he also trained Michael Douglas. As a studio keyboardist, Randy has been an orchestrator on over 50 films, including work with Academ...

56 MIN2017 MAR 16
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03/15/17 Randy Kerber - LA LA LAND Keyboardist, Composer, Arranger on Harry Potter, Force Awakens, Titanic

02/01/17 Chuck Findley – Trumpeter with Buddy Rich, Steely Dan and The Tonight Show

Charles B. "Chuck" Findley(born 13 December 1947 inJohnstown, Pennsylvania) is an Americansession musician. Most widely known as atrumpetplayer, he also plays other brass instruments such asflugelhorn, slide trumpetandtrombone. His technical abilities and versatility are renowned even among other session players, with the celebrated session horn player and arrangerJerry Heysaying "Chuck Findley can play anything".After graduatingMaple Heights High SchoolinOhioin 1965, he attended theCleveland Institute of Music.Findley's first professional work was with theJimmy DorseyBig Band before joining theBuddy RichBand on a world tour.In 1989 he joined theTonight Showbandled byDoc Severinsen.He was also a member of the band onThe Tonight Show with Jay Lenofrom 1994 to 2001. Chuck’s playing can be heard with B.B.KingandSteely Dan, he has also played and/or recorded withNancy Sinatra,Miles Davis,Stanley Turrentine,Toto,Pat Boone,Christopher Cross,Jaco Pastorius,Lee Ritenour,Jackson Browne,Geor...

56 MIN2017 FEB 2
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02/01/17 Chuck Findley – Trumpeter with Buddy Rich, Steely Dan and The Tonight Show

01/20/17 Live from NAMM ‘17 – Terry Wollman, “JR” Robinson and Phil Perry

SPECIAL NAMM BROADCAST, with John JR Robinson, Terry Wollman, and guest Phil Perry!Join us as we welcome two of our EnterTalk Radio network hosts, John JR Robinson, the most recorded drummer in history (with Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Madonna, & more), and Terry Wollman, guitarist and producer (with Tony Bennett, Melissa Manchester, Keb’ Mo’ & more). They are joined by R&B Legend Phil Perry. Listen in as they talk about their careers together and upcoming projects of theirs!

46 MIN2017 JAN 28
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01/20/17 Live from NAMM ‘17 – Terry Wollman, “JR” Robinson and Phil Perry

01/11/17 Lenny Castro – Percussionist with Adele, Rolling Stones, Elton John & More

Lenny Castro is in a handful of the greatest percussionists of all time. He has an unbelievable list of sessions and live gigs. He is currently playing with Joe Bonamassa and is also well known for playing with Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks and his lifelong family—Toto. Lenny has recorded and toured the world with artists Melissa Manchester, Rolling Stones, Elton John, U2, Joe Sample, Toto, Boz Scaggs, Ricky Lee Jones, Sadao Watanabe, Boney James, Wayne Shorter, Adele, Glenn Frey, The Eagles, Dan Fogelberg, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, George Benson, Steve Lukather, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rufus and Chaka Khan, Brian Culbertson, Eros Ramazzotti, Noel Gallagher, Kid Rock, Micheal Lington, Peter White, Liza Minelli, Maroon 5, Dave Koz, Michael Bublè, Justin Beiber, Justin Timberlake, Dave Sanborn, Amy Grant, Kirk Whalum, The Crusaders, Cecilia Noël, The Wallflowers, Tom Petty, Dolly Parton, Clint Black, Dwight Yoachum, Rod Stewart, Al Jarreau, The Rockettes, Bette Midler, George Duke,...

54 MIN2017 JAN 12
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01/11/17 Lenny Castro – Percussionist with Adele, Rolling Stones, Elton John & More

Best Of Vinyl Night 1

56 MIN2016 DEC 29
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Best Of Vinyl Night 1

12/15/16 Ed Cherney, Grammy and Emmy Award Winning Producer

ED CHERNEY is an engineer, mixer and producer. He’s won Grammys and TEC Awards and just won his first Emmy. He owes success to the musical greats he’s sat behind over the years — giants like Quincy Jones and Bruce Swedien, Don Was and Phil Ramone — listening through their ears, learning how they make great music. Ed’s all up in the tech, but knowing where a song’s heart lies and seeing that it shines through is what he’s known for and maybe why he’s worked with such diverse artists as Bonnie Raitt. The Rolling Stones. Wynton Marsalis. Iggy Pop. Bette Midler. Eric Clapton. Wynonna. Buddy Guy. Jackson Browne. Lenny Kravitz. Ry Cooder. Keb’ Mo. Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, John Mayer, Elton John, Sting, Bob Seger, Jackson Browne, the Goo Goo Dolls & New Spinal Tap. 3 GRAMMYS. One Best Engineered Album win -Bonnie Raitt’s “Longing In Their Hearts” came in a year that he recorded and mixed three of the five albums nominated in the category.Ed has won 5 TEC Awards awarded by NAMM...

55 MIN2016 DEC 16
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12/15/16 Ed Cherney, Grammy and Emmy Award Winning Producer

12/07/16 Bobby Watson, Bassist with Rufus and Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder

Bobby Watson has a reputation for bringing a solid foundation to any rhythm section, but he particularly shines in 'Rufus', a band he joined forces with in early 1974. BW has been a major contributor in helping create the 'Rufus' sound, not only with his playing, but also as a producer & songwriter on all of the Rufus albums from 1974' til present. Rufus released 11 albums from 1974-1983. Rufus and Chaka Khan also won many awards including 2 Grammys and 10 Gold and Platinum records. His style of bass playing can be heard not only on Rufus, but on other artist's hits as the Pointer Sister’s "Jumping Jack Flash", Michael Jackson's "Rock with You" & Billy Preston's "Nothing from Nothing". Bobby produced four albums with Rene & Angela from 1979-85 the last of which went Gold (Street Called Desire). Bobby also produced Plush featuring Seidah Garrett, and Janet Jackson's debut album titled "Janet". Bobby resided in Japan from 1985-1995, and took part in countless productions, recordings ...

56 MIN2016 DEC 8
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12/07/16 Bobby Watson, Bassist with Rufus and Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder

11/23/16 Iconic Guitarist, Elliot Easton from The Cars & more

As lead guitarist for the legendary rock band “The Cars”, Elliot has sold over 30 million records worldwide. Elliot’s reputation is a tasteful musician with innovative solos, great tones, and creating unforgettable “hooks”. Elliot has been honored with four different signature model guitars, first in the ‘80’s with a Kramer EE Pro model, and in 2000, a signature model Gretsch guitar which he designed. Recently, he designed two incredible new models that are currently in production: a gorgeous new Gibson “Tiki” model SG Custom and a Martin acoustic guitar. Elliot toured in 1991 with “Hall and Oates” on their acoustic tour, and recorded “Philadelphia Freedom” with them for the Elton John tribute album “Two Rooms”. He also performed on the very first MTV “Unplugged” show with Jules Shear, Difford and Tilbrook (Squeeze)& Syd Straw. Elliot was part of the band “A tribute to John Lennon”, concert in Tokyo with Linda Ronstadt, Peter Asher, Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon. Ellio...

56 MIN2016 NOV 24
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11/23/16 Iconic Guitarist, Elliot Easton from The Cars & more

11/09/16 David Paich, TOTO Keyboardist

David Paich is an Emmy and Grammy award-winning keyboardist, singer, composer, record producer, and arranger, from the band Toto. With Toto, Paich has released 17 albums and sold over 30 million records. Additionally, Paich has contributed to a host of artists with his songwriting and arrangements including working with Boz Scaggs extensively in the 1970s and Michael Jackson in the 1980s. He is the son of jazz composer, musician, and arranger Marty Paich. Paich wrote or co-wrote such tracks as "Hold the Line", "99", "Lowdown", "Lido Shuffle", "Georgy Porgy", "Rosanna", "Hydra", "Holyanna", "Pamela", "Got To Be Real", and "Lady Love Me (One More Time)". He also performed lead vocals on the Toto hits "Africa", "Lovers in the Night", and "Stranger in Town". He has co-writing credits with Boz Scaggs on the songs "What Can I Say", "Lowdown", and "Lido Shuffle" from the multi-platinum album Silk Degrees. As songwriter he wrote or co-wrote songs for Cher, [The] Jacksons, Andy Williams, Geo...

56 MIN2016 NOV 10
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11/09/16 David Paich, TOTO Keyboardist

10/26/16: DEEP PURPLE Drummer, Ian Paice

Ian Paice was born on June 29, 1948, in Nottingham, England. Ian got his first drum kit by age of 15. Ian neither had any formal education in music. He learned to play drums by trying to imitate what he heard from drummers playing on the radio. Paice greatly admired drumming styles of jazz legends like Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich, and always dreamt of emulating them. He practiced hard on drums, especially noting that being left handed, he needed to come of with techniques which would fit the right handed drum kits. Though Paice was playing for his father’s Dance band in the early 60s, the first professional band he played with was "Georgie and the Rave ons", a local group in Becester, which later came to be known as "The Shindigs". After a short stint with this group, Paice left it to join another group called M15, which became The Maze. Soon after, Paice left and helped form Deep Purple with Rod Evans, Jon Lord, Nick Simper and Ritchie Blackmore in 1968. Deep Purple would later be o...

56 MIN2016 OCT 27
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10/26/16: DEEP PURPLE Drummer, Ian Paice

Latest Episodes

03/15/17 Randy Kerber - LA LA LAND Keyboardist, Composer, Arranger on Harry Potter, Force Awakens, Titanic

RANDY KERBER is a composer, orchestrator, and keyboard player, who has had a prolific career in music. He began his first national tour with Bette Midler in 1977, at the age of 19. Kerber was nominated for an Oscar in 1986, along with Quincy Jones and others, for Best Original Score for the motion picture, "The Color Purple". He was nominated for a Grammy for his arrangement of Over the Rainbow for Barbra Streisand. As a studio keyboardist, he has worked on over 800 motion pictures including "Titanic", "A Beautiful Mind", and "Harry Potter I, II, & III". The piano in "Forrest Gump" which features a feather floating in the wind, was played by Randy Kerber. The celeste theme in "Harry Potter", composed by John Williams, is also played by Randy Kerber. Most recently, Randy has performed piano solos on Steven Soderbergh's "Behind The Candelabra" for which he also trained Michael Douglas. As a studio keyboardist, Randy has been an orchestrator on over 50 films, including work with Academ...

56 MIN2017 MAR 16
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03/15/17 Randy Kerber - LA LA LAND Keyboardist, Composer, Arranger on Harry Potter, Force Awakens, Titanic

02/01/17 Chuck Findley – Trumpeter with Buddy Rich, Steely Dan and The Tonight Show

Charles B. "Chuck" Findley(born 13 December 1947 inJohnstown, Pennsylvania) is an Americansession musician. Most widely known as atrumpetplayer, he also plays other brass instruments such asflugelhorn, slide trumpetandtrombone. His technical abilities and versatility are renowned even among other session players, with the celebrated session horn player and arrangerJerry Heysaying "Chuck Findley can play anything".After graduatingMaple Heights High SchoolinOhioin 1965, he attended theCleveland Institute of Music.Findley's first professional work was with theJimmy DorseyBig Band before joining theBuddy RichBand on a world tour.In 1989 he joined theTonight Showbandled byDoc Severinsen.He was also a member of the band onThe Tonight Show with Jay Lenofrom 1994 to 2001. Chuck’s playing can be heard with B.B.KingandSteely Dan, he has also played and/or recorded withNancy Sinatra,Miles Davis,Stanley Turrentine,Toto,Pat Boone,Christopher Cross,Jaco Pastorius,Lee Ritenour,Jackson Browne,Geor...

56 MIN2017 FEB 2
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02/01/17 Chuck Findley – Trumpeter with Buddy Rich, Steely Dan and The Tonight Show

01/20/17 Live from NAMM ‘17 – Terry Wollman, “JR” Robinson and Phil Perry

SPECIAL NAMM BROADCAST, with John JR Robinson, Terry Wollman, and guest Phil Perry!Join us as we welcome two of our EnterTalk Radio network hosts, John JR Robinson, the most recorded drummer in history (with Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Madonna, & more), and Terry Wollman, guitarist and producer (with Tony Bennett, Melissa Manchester, Keb’ Mo’ & more). They are joined by R&B Legend Phil Perry. Listen in as they talk about their careers together and upcoming projects of theirs!

46 MIN2017 JAN 28
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01/20/17 Live from NAMM ‘17 – Terry Wollman, “JR” Robinson and Phil Perry

01/11/17 Lenny Castro – Percussionist with Adele, Rolling Stones, Elton John & More

Lenny Castro is in a handful of the greatest percussionists of all time. He has an unbelievable list of sessions and live gigs. He is currently playing with Joe Bonamassa and is also well known for playing with Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks and his lifelong family—Toto. Lenny has recorded and toured the world with artists Melissa Manchester, Rolling Stones, Elton John, U2, Joe Sample, Toto, Boz Scaggs, Ricky Lee Jones, Sadao Watanabe, Boney James, Wayne Shorter, Adele, Glenn Frey, The Eagles, Dan Fogelberg, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, George Benson, Steve Lukather, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rufus and Chaka Khan, Brian Culbertson, Eros Ramazzotti, Noel Gallagher, Kid Rock, Micheal Lington, Peter White, Liza Minelli, Maroon 5, Dave Koz, Michael Bublè, Justin Beiber, Justin Timberlake, Dave Sanborn, Amy Grant, Kirk Whalum, The Crusaders, Cecilia Noël, The Wallflowers, Tom Petty, Dolly Parton, Clint Black, Dwight Yoachum, Rod Stewart, Al Jarreau, The Rockettes, Bette Midler, George Duke,...

54 MIN2017 JAN 12
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01/11/17 Lenny Castro – Percussionist with Adele, Rolling Stones, Elton John & More

Best Of Vinyl Night 1

56 MIN2016 DEC 29
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Best Of Vinyl Night 1

12/15/16 Ed Cherney, Grammy and Emmy Award Winning Producer

ED CHERNEY is an engineer, mixer and producer. He’s won Grammys and TEC Awards and just won his first Emmy. He owes success to the musical greats he’s sat behind over the years — giants like Quincy Jones and Bruce Swedien, Don Was and Phil Ramone — listening through their ears, learning how they make great music. Ed’s all up in the tech, but knowing where a song’s heart lies and seeing that it shines through is what he’s known for and maybe why he’s worked with such diverse artists as Bonnie Raitt. The Rolling Stones. Wynton Marsalis. Iggy Pop. Bette Midler. Eric Clapton. Wynonna. Buddy Guy. Jackson Browne. Lenny Kravitz. Ry Cooder. Keb’ Mo. Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, John Mayer, Elton John, Sting, Bob Seger, Jackson Browne, the Goo Goo Dolls & New Spinal Tap. 3 GRAMMYS. One Best Engineered Album win -Bonnie Raitt’s “Longing In Their Hearts” came in a year that he recorded and mixed three of the five albums nominated in the category.Ed has won 5 TEC Awards awarded by NAMM...

55 MIN2016 DEC 16
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12/15/16 Ed Cherney, Grammy and Emmy Award Winning Producer

12/07/16 Bobby Watson, Bassist with Rufus and Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder

Bobby Watson has a reputation for bringing a solid foundation to any rhythm section, but he particularly shines in 'Rufus', a band he joined forces with in early 1974. BW has been a major contributor in helping create the 'Rufus' sound, not only with his playing, but also as a producer & songwriter on all of the Rufus albums from 1974' til present. Rufus released 11 albums from 1974-1983. Rufus and Chaka Khan also won many awards including 2 Grammys and 10 Gold and Platinum records. His style of bass playing can be heard not only on Rufus, but on other artist's hits as the Pointer Sister’s "Jumping Jack Flash", Michael Jackson's "Rock with You" & Billy Preston's "Nothing from Nothing". Bobby produced four albums with Rene & Angela from 1979-85 the last of which went Gold (Street Called Desire). Bobby also produced Plush featuring Seidah Garrett, and Janet Jackson's debut album titled "Janet". Bobby resided in Japan from 1985-1995, and took part in countless productions, recordings ...

56 MIN2016 DEC 8
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12/07/16 Bobby Watson, Bassist with Rufus and Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder

11/23/16 Iconic Guitarist, Elliot Easton from The Cars & more

As lead guitarist for the legendary rock band “The Cars”, Elliot has sold over 30 million records worldwide. Elliot’s reputation is a tasteful musician with innovative solos, great tones, and creating unforgettable “hooks”. Elliot has been honored with four different signature model guitars, first in the ‘80’s with a Kramer EE Pro model, and in 2000, a signature model Gretsch guitar which he designed. Recently, he designed two incredible new models that are currently in production: a gorgeous new Gibson “Tiki” model SG Custom and a Martin acoustic guitar. Elliot toured in 1991 with “Hall and Oates” on their acoustic tour, and recorded “Philadelphia Freedom” with them for the Elton John tribute album “Two Rooms”. He also performed on the very first MTV “Unplugged” show with Jules Shear, Difford and Tilbrook (Squeeze)& Syd Straw. Elliot was part of the band “A tribute to John Lennon”, concert in Tokyo with Linda Ronstadt, Peter Asher, Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon. Ellio...

56 MIN2016 NOV 24
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11/23/16 Iconic Guitarist, Elliot Easton from The Cars & more

11/09/16 David Paich, TOTO Keyboardist

David Paich is an Emmy and Grammy award-winning keyboardist, singer, composer, record producer, and arranger, from the band Toto. With Toto, Paich has released 17 albums and sold over 30 million records. Additionally, Paich has contributed to a host of artists with his songwriting and arrangements including working with Boz Scaggs extensively in the 1970s and Michael Jackson in the 1980s. He is the son of jazz composer, musician, and arranger Marty Paich. Paich wrote or co-wrote such tracks as "Hold the Line", "99", "Lowdown", "Lido Shuffle", "Georgy Porgy", "Rosanna", "Hydra", "Holyanna", "Pamela", "Got To Be Real", and "Lady Love Me (One More Time)". He also performed lead vocals on the Toto hits "Africa", "Lovers in the Night", and "Stranger in Town". He has co-writing credits with Boz Scaggs on the songs "What Can I Say", "Lowdown", and "Lido Shuffle" from the multi-platinum album Silk Degrees. As songwriter he wrote or co-wrote songs for Cher, [The] Jacksons, Andy Williams, Geo...

56 MIN2016 NOV 10
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11/09/16 David Paich, TOTO Keyboardist

10/26/16: DEEP PURPLE Drummer, Ian Paice

Ian Paice was born on June 29, 1948, in Nottingham, England. Ian got his first drum kit by age of 15. Ian neither had any formal education in music. He learned to play drums by trying to imitate what he heard from drummers playing on the radio. Paice greatly admired drumming styles of jazz legends like Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich, and always dreamt of emulating them. He practiced hard on drums, especially noting that being left handed, he needed to come of with techniques which would fit the right handed drum kits. Though Paice was playing for his father’s Dance band in the early 60s, the first professional band he played with was "Georgie and the Rave ons", a local group in Becester, which later came to be known as "The Shindigs". After a short stint with this group, Paice left it to join another group called M15, which became The Maze. Soon after, Paice left and helped form Deep Purple with Rod Evans, Jon Lord, Nick Simper and Ritchie Blackmore in 1968. Deep Purple would later be o...

56 MIN2016 OCT 27
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10/26/16: DEEP PURPLE Drummer, Ian Paice