THE GREAT AMERICAN SONG BOOK
Standards uploaded 1/20/2018
Welcome everybody to the 3rd edition of the Great American Song Book, on t his edition I return to the Standards and feature 18 artists and leading off the show the first of nine artists is Steven Davis with the tune Perfectly Perfect followed by Diana Krall with Like Someone In Love, Steve Tyrell with Just A Little Lovin, Marilyn Scott with I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good, Al Jarreau with My Foolish Heart, Eliane Elias with Call Me, Harry Connick Jr. with Let's Call The Whole Thing Off, Kelly Gray with Help Me Make Through The Night and rounding out the first half of the show with Andrea Bocelli with Stevie Wonder and the tune Canzoni Stonate.
For the last half of the show I went with Linda Ronstadt with Nelson Riddle and his Big Band and the tune I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You followed by Barry Manilow with What I'm I Doing Here, Bria Skonberg with Have A Little Heart, Calabria Foti and Seth McFarlane with Let's Fall In Love, Carol Welsman with More Than You Know, Sacha Boutros with Amor Imposible , Rafael Polo Brito with Que Vale Mas and bring the 3rd edition of the Song Book to a close I picked Rosario with the lovely tune Sabor Sabor.
So if you love the sweet sounds of great vocals and big bands and you have a little time then log on to East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox and click on my photo and it will take you to the 3rd edition of The Great American Song Book and enjoy the music. Please let me know if there is anything you would like to hear on the show and I will try my hardest to make it happen and thank you all for the support of the Internet Jukebox and East LA Revue.Com.
Country Rock & Blues uploaded 1/28/17
Welcome everybody to the 2nd edition of the Great American Song Book here on the Internet Jukebox. On this edition I am calling Country Rock & Blues you will here from 16 artists and to start off the first half of the show I went with Big & Rich with their hit Comin' To Your City followed by Gretchen Wilson with Work Hard Play Harder, Zac Brown Band with Chicken Fry, Chris Young with Beer & Gasoline, local Southern Cal band called RMB featuring Ruben J Murrieta on guitar, vocals and a host of other instruments, Mark Myers lead guitar and vocals, Mark Cervantes on percussions, and Bill Giles on 4 & 12 string Bass and the tune off their 2nd CD Willow Grove called On My Back, Frank Gomez with his remake of Stormy Monday, Chris Stapleton with Tennessee Whiskey, The Buddaheads with For To Long and to end the first half of the show with Albert Collins with the tune The Light Are On But Nobody's Home.
For the last have of the show I start with Calvin Owens and his tune Why Do I Keep Coming Back followed by Coco Montoya with Got A Mind To Travel, Stevie Ray Vaughn with Wall Of Denial, B.B. King with Telephone Song, Jimmy Vaughan with Texas Flood, Eric Clapton with When You Got A Good Friend and to bring the 2nd edition of the show to a close I went with Chico's Bail Bonds and their tune Rich & Lucky,
So if you love some Country Rock & Blues login into www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox and click on my photo and that will take you to my show enjoy and thank you all for your support of the Internet Jukebox. Howard Chino Ng Host Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com www.eastlarevue.com