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Special Guest Henry Paul on TWTD

June 19, 2024 10:37 AM CDT

During this week’s Those Were the Days radio show, I will feature a recent interview with Henry Paul. He has had a long career that began in the country/rock group the Outlaws. Later he had his own group (Henry Paul Band) and in the early nineties he helped found Blackhawk which went on to have lots of country hits. All three of those groups still play shows today. Saturday night we will focus on the start of Henry’s career. The Outlaws opened for the Rolling Stones and the Who. Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd helped get the group discovered and they also shared the bill with the Allman Brothers and several other icons.

Hear classic southern rock during this week’s Those Were the Days between six and midnight Saturday night. Regular features will return including requests and trivia. I hope you enjoyed the tribute to classic rock last weekend while I was at James and Hayley’s wedding. It was a wonderful event and I even got to the dance floor a bit. Someone asked why I did not d.j. the dance? The fact is that I would have only played old stuff and new country and a large part of the dancers were teens, twenties, and thirties. It was interesting that one of the songs that got the most response was Don’t Stop Believing by Journey which is forty-three years old! If you have a moment on Saturday night, I hope you will listen to this week’s Those Were the Days on wrco FM 100.9, wrco.com, and on the Civic Media app.

Phil

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