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Back In The Dave

Back In The Dave

Author: David knight

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Composer, producer, recording artist David Knight digs into his childhood record collection and pulls out classic albums, 45’s, 12’s, and cassettes, with their original, snap, crackle, pop, skips and tape hiss. Taking you, the baby boomer “Back in The Dave!”

Through Dave’s eyes growing up as a young New York musician. “Back in the Dave” reconnects the life, times and stories to the music that became the soundtrack of our youth.
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Mr. WestSide

Mr. WestSide

2019-10-1102:22:21

Michael Rozelle tells a heartfelt story about his dad, the great Harry Rozelle. Or as his fans during the 1950s Chicago music scene nicknamed him, Mr. WestSide! The struggles between a musician father and his son and the deep love he had for his wife and children! When you hear Mr. WestSide sing and play the boogie! The hair on your arms will rise!
Mommy, I Couldn't Save Him!

Mommy, I Couldn't Save Him!

2019-10-0101:55:26

During June and July of 1990, my dad's heart began to fail dramatically. I didn’t know it at the time, but this was the beginning of the end of my dad’s life. The events that would unfold over the next five weeks would challenge me to the core of my being. They would forever change me in ways that continue to affect my life to this very day.
Soul Food Pt 1

Soul Food Pt 1

2019-09-0200:59:15

When you hear the term "Soul Food," what comes to mind? African American's, baked macaroni and cheese, collard greens with smoked neck bone, black-eyed peas and rice, grits, cheese, and butter? I grew up eating all of that and more! Yet as a songwriter, I know music to be soul food! This four-part episode takes you to the heart of your soul! Get ready to Lean on one another. Try a little Peace and Mercy. Dance and reach out! And if all that fails. Keep on moving!
Soul Food Pt2

Soul Food Pt2

2019-09-0201:28:01

When you hear the term "Soul Food," what comes to mind? African American's, baked macaroni and cheese, collard greens with smoked neck bone, black-eyed peas and rice, grits, cheese, and butter? I grew up eating all of that and more! Yet as a songwriter, I know music to be soul food! This four-part episode takes you to the heart of your soul! Get ready to Lean on one another. Try a little Peace and Mercy. Dance and reach out! And if all that fails. Keep on moving!
Soul Food Pt3

Soul Food Pt3

2019-09-0201:05:51

When you hear the term "Soul Food," what comes to mind? African American's, baked macaroni and cheese, collard greens with smoked neck bone, black-eyed peas and rice, grits, cheese, and butter? I grew up eating all of that and more! Yet as a songwriter, I know music to be soul food! This four-part episode takes you to the heart of your soul! Get ready to Lean on one another. Try a little Peace and Mercy. Dance and reach out! And if all that fails. Keep on moving!
Soul Food Pt4

Soul Food Pt4

2019-09-0200:49:56

When you hear the term "Soul Food," what comes to mind? African American's, baked macaroni and cheese, collard greens with smoked neck bone, black-eyed peas and rice, grits, cheese, and butter? I grew up eating all of that and more! Yet as a songwriter, I know music to be soul food! This four-part episode takes you to the heart of your soul! Get ready to Lean on one another. Try a little Peace and Mercy. Dance and reach out! And if all that fails. Keep on moving!
Summer Announcement

Summer Announcement

2019-07-1500:09:10

I'm going to do something I've not done since I launched the show!
WBITD 196.2FM Summer Jam!

WBITD 196.2FM Summer Jam!

2019-07-0101:40:57

Summer 1975 was the summer I'll never forget. Fun was the only activity taking place. Joy, happy, exciting, girls, danger, mischief, adrenaline rush are just some of the words that describe it. It was a summer full of music, block parties, blockbuster movies and more. It was a Summer Jam!
It's Father's Day

It's Father's Day

2019-06-1602:11:53

Let's celebrate the dads! Being a dad has been a source of joy in my life. It's also been a great source of pain! My daughter Rhea has a few things to say about her dad, me! My sister Kristina and I reminisce on growing up with our giant of a dad and all he meant to us.
In the spring of 1976, my dad made me take out the garbage. I was mad because I hated putting the garbage out, but when I returned, I held in my hand a priceless diamond that changed and enriched my life forever!
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