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7th and 9th

Queen August performs 7th and 9th in Sackets Harbor, NY on November 9, 2006. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

Soul Proprietor

Performed by Faith Has Fallen in November 2006. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

3 Is Not A 4 Letter Word

Performed by Faith Has Fallen in November 2006. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

Concert: The Radio Bob Band live at the Tri-Town Community Center

The Radio Bob Band, captured live at this benefit concert for the St. Lawrence County Arts Council in the Tri-town Community Center in Crary Mills. What could be better than dancing to a song that was a hit before your mother was born?

Concert playlist:

Nadine, C. Berry
Landslide, S. Nicks
For Your Love, . Gouldman
Honky Tonk Women, M. Jagger
Iko Iko, S. Jones, J. Johnson
Feelin' Alright, D. Mason
The Stumble, S. Thompson
96 Tears,
Fire, B. Springsteen
Young Blood, Leiber & Stoller
Mona, E. McDaniels
Peanut Polka, pub. dom.  Go to full article

Song: All My Lovin' performed by the Pointercounts

The SUNY Potsdam a capella group, the Pointercounts, performing All my Lovin' live during the NCPR regional news hour, March 30, 2001.  Go to full article

Song: Mustang Sally by Hot Rods on Blocks

Hot Rods On Blocks performing Mustang Sally live on The Radio Bob Show, January 17, 2001.

Left: Radio Bob--the early years: at the keyboard in 1967 (a very good year).  Go to full article

Song: Helplessly Hoping performed by the Singing Sinners

The women's vocal ensemble Singing Sinners from St. Lawrence University performing Helplessly Hoping. Recorded in the NCPR studio, May 2000.  Go to full article

Song: Insomniac performed by the Singing Saints

St. Lawrence University's men's vocal ensemble, The Singing Saints, performed this arrangement of Insomnia in May 1999.  Go to full article

Song: Paper Chase performed by Adiradical Blue and Friends

Adiradical Blue and Friends performing Paper Chase. 1977 Kent Gregson. Recorded in Sweetfish studios, February 1997, by Mark Fuller. Produced by Tim Ellifritz, Tom Volcheck and Kent Gregson.

Vocals: Kent Gregson, Barry Gregson. Lead guitar: Tim Ellifritz (electric), Barry Gregson (acoustic). Rythm guitar: Barry Gregson, Tom Volcheck. Bass: Chip McKibbon. Keyboard: Donna Britton. Saxophone: Frank Conti. Drums/Percussion: Jeff Britton.  Go to full article
The Rolling Clones vamping on the moon. Photo collage by Paul Davison.
The Rolling Clones vamping on the moon. Photo collage by Paul Davison.

The Vault: The Rolling Clones in concert at ATO Fraternity

Recorded at ATO Fraternity, St. Lawrence University, Canton NY, on April 3, 1982, this concert aired on NCPR's North Country Music show, hosted by Josh Sacco.

The band:
John Kribs: electric guitar and vocals
Dan Gotham: electric guitar and vocals
Michael Hadfield: bass and vocals
Frank Carcaterra: drums

Concert playlist:

Walk On: B. McGhee
Better Day: B. McGhee
Full Circle: G. Clark
Folsom Prison Blues: J. Cash
Watch Out For Lucy: E. Clapton
Six Days on the Road: E. Green, C. Montgomery
Who Do You Love?: Bo Diddley
Big River: J. Cash
Trouble in Mind: R. Jones
Move It On Over: H. Williams  Go to full article

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