On the anniversary of Arthur Lee’s death (August 3, 2006), DJ Mackie will be exploring his musical legacy and influence on this Saturday’s LOST TREASURES. With his flamboyant dress and significance presence on the early Los Angeles 60s rock scene, Lee founded LOVE in 1965 who went on to release four studio LPs over the course of five years. Tune in Saturday morning at 9am for a recognition of Lee’s influential work and his influence on other musicians and rock music: locally at 94.3 FM and streaming online at takomaradio.org
Tune in at 9am this Saturday, July 20th as DJ Mackie explores some lost gems of Greek guitar rock and hosts guitarist/songwriter Parthenon Huxley in studio. Huxley grew up in Athens but returned to the US to attend University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he played in bands such as The Blazers and recorded with folks like Mitch Easter and Don Dixon. In addition to his solo work, he performs and tours with ELO Part 2, with members from Electric Light Orchestra.
Locally at 94.3 FM WOWD and streaming at takomaradio.org
As a tribute to Trump's SALUTE TO AMERICA, DJ Mackie will unearth some of the strangest and most obscure obfuscating tunes about America for this week's LOST TREASURES. Musical gems include forgotten tunes by North Carolina's BOW STREET RUNNERS, BIFF ROSE, and the incomparable Eugene McDaniels.
Tune in at 9am this Saturday, 7/6: locally at 94.3 FM or streaming online at takomaradio.org
In celebration of Roky Erickson's music and life (1947-2019), DJ Mackie will be exploring some of the lost treasures of Roky, 13th Floor Elevators, and the influential International Artists label out of Houston.
Saturday June 22nd at 9am-- locally on 94.3 FM and worldwide at https://takomaradio.org/
Bob Dylan turns 78 years old this Friday, so to celebrate DJ Mackie will be digging deep in the vinyl vaults to find the best + most obscure + worst Dylan cover songs. Perhaps covered more than any other American artist, Dylan has been covered by many other artists and there are lots of his songs out there, many of which never made it to the digital age. Tune in to LOST TREASURES this Saturday, 5/25 at 9am on 94.3 FM or worldwide at takomaradio.org