My Lost RockLine Cassette Tapes 1997-1998


Published on February 10th, 2019
Genre Call-in interview, Active rock, Classic rock Running time 90 minutes (including commercials) Country of origin United States Language(s) English Hosted by Bob Coburn Recording studio Sunset Sound Los Angeles, California, U.S. Original release May 4, 1981[1] – December 22, 2014[1] No. of episodes ≈1,650[2] Audio format Stereophonic sound Rockline was a nationally syndicated radio interview program hosted by Bob Coburn that was broadcast live via satellite every Monday and Wednesday night from 8:30pm-10pm PT to radio stations in the United States. Founded in 1981, it was considered to be the longest running, uninterrupted program in rock history. The main guests interviewed on the program were various musical artists of the rock genre, including both active rock artists (on Mondays) and classic rock artists (on Wednesdays). The primary feature of the program was the ability for listeners to call live and ask questions to the guests. Several of the shows were also live performances. I had the pleasure to call in Live to the following Artists/Bands : Darla Hood, Big Head Todd and the monsters, Tonic, Orbit, Queensryche, Seven Mary Three, Grateful Dead Members, The Black Crows, Foo Fighters, Rick Ocasik, Jason Bonham,Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Black Lab, Whisky Lab,James Iha. Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters is actually from my hometown. That was a funny conversation. Thanks for listening

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