Meet '60s Bay Area horn player Peter Welker who was part of the house band at the famed Jazz Workshop in North Beach. He talks about working with the likes of Van Morrison, Santana, Etta James, and Smokey Robinson. Also, later in the show, we talk with Edward Torchy Smith who's been doing Baby Boomers Talk Radio for the last several years and has interviewed most of the Sixties TV stars including Paul Petersen, Johnny Crawford, and many of the Mouseketeers. Episode #1.
Hi everyone and welcome to another encounter with some groovy moments from the past. We’re visiting the '60s with host Dick Scoppettone, whose pop group Harpers Bizarre had a hit record back then called “Feelin’ Groovy.” He’ll be talking with our guests about a decade that shaped a whole generation, not only with the most magnificent music ever made, but also the politics, protests, and pretty much everything that happened - in the Swingin’ '60s.