Danny Clinch is a photographer and film director behind some of rock’s most iconic moments. He photographed Keith Richards, Elvis Costello, Brandi Carlisle, and Bruce Springsteen, and he also directed music videos and commercials.
La Marisoul of La Santa Cecilia joins KCRW’s Private Playlist to talk about sharing stereo time with a four-year-old, living in her “sad-girl feels” with Cuco, and finding hope for the future in Mercedes Sosa.
On this edition of Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from Damien Rice, The Flaming Lips, and the latest from Beth Orton. Plus a full hour live in-studio performance from Elvis Costello. All this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.
Elvis Costello brings guitars and all sorts of modern technology for a live session, plus a couple of unheard and unreleased tracks and an in-depth interview with host Nic Harcourt on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11am.
On this edition of Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from Magic Numbers, Soundtrack of our Lives, and the latest from Martha Wainwright. Plus a full hour in-studio performance from Elvis Costello, all this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.
The enormously influential southern gospel singing group The Fairfield Four makes a very rare radio appearance, performing live in studio and airing the results of their recent collaboration with Elvis Costello.
On this edition of Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from Elf Power, My Brightest Diamond, and the latest from Elvis Costello. Plus a live in-studio performance from Duffy all this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.
Legendary singer, songwriter and producer Nick Lowe rides shotgun as guest DJ on The Open Road with Gary Calamar at 10pm. Lowe produced the early Elvis Costello albums and wrote the classic anthem "What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding." His new CD is At My Age.
On July 29, 1966, Bob Dylan wrecked his treasured Triumph motorcycle on a road outside Woodstock, New York. He wasn’t badly hurt, but it forced him to break from his grueling tour schedule. While convalescing, he wrote music and recorded songs in houses and studios around Woodstock.