The golden age of the music business (1960s, '70s and '80s) is recalled by artists who lived through it. The artists, who also perform, share their personal stories, including their struggles and triumphs.
The Season 1 finale features singer-songwriter Randall Bramblett, who worked with such artists as Gregg Allman, Bonnie Raitt, Traffic and Steve Winwood. Also interviewed is Chuck Leavell, who worked with the Allman Brothers, Rolling Stones and Sea Level.
Orleans is featured. Members John Hall, Larry Hoppen and Lance Hoppe reflect on their success and share personal photos; and the band performs such hits as "Still the One," "Dance With Me" and "Dancin' in the Moonlight."
Marty Balin reflects on his days with Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship; and remembers such friends as Jerry Garcia, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison. Songs include "Miracles," "Count on Me," "Runaway," "Comin' Back to Me" and "Hearts."
Singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor is featured. He recounts growing up in a musical family; and shares insights into the music business. He also performs with former students of the Berklee College of Music, where he's a professor of stage performance.
Country-rock band Poco is featured. Original member Rusty Young reflects on his journey, including his transformation to front man. Songs include "Pickin' Up the Pieces," "Call It Love," "Crazy Love," "Heart of the Night" and "Keep on Tryin'."
The golden age of the music business (1960s, '70s and '80s) is recalled by artists who lived through it in this series. First up: Rick Derringer, who scored his first hit in 1964 as a member of the McCoys with "Hang On Sloopy." He later joined forces with blues legend Johnny Winter; and produced the Edgar Winter hits "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride." He also scored a solo hit in 1973 with "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo."