Thursday night at 10 PM we have BRAND-NEW episode of Six Degrees of Separation featuring an interview with David Dunkley. You can hear it exclusively on The AIR, or on this embedded radio player…
Friday night Mother’s Nature featuring Lola Spencer will kick off the 2017 Special Olympics Summer Games with a concert at Live On The Levee, and sitting in on drums will be the legendary David Dunkley, a Dunbar native who spent thirteen years touring the world and recording albums with Tim McGraw. Of course, the guitarist for Mother’s Nature is another local legend, Johnny Compton. Tonight you can hear both men interviewed by Tim Dorsey and Jason “Roadblock” Robinson on Six Degrees of Separation, which is recorded at The World Famous Empty Glass.
In the first show, it’s a never-before-heard interview with David Dunkley, who coincidentally has known your PopCulteer probably longer than anyone else on the music scene. David talks about his career ups and downs and how he came to be part of Tim McGraw’s band. It’s a terrific hour-plus of in-depth interviewing.
Following that we will replay the classic episode of Six Degrees of Separation with Johnny Compton, who traces his musical path to Charleston. This is all to shine the spotlight on Mother’s Nature featuring Lola Spencer, who take the stage Friday at 6:30 PM to usher in the Special Olympics Summer Games.
You can hear these interviews again Friday at Noon on The AIR, just to get you in the mood to come out and listen to this great band at a wonderful FREE event…and even the weather is expected to be fantastic.