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TV Detectives, The Grass Roots, and New Old-Time Radio on Next Dave White Presents! [Apr. 6th, 2013|03:11 am]
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The April 9th Dave White Presents is Variety Entertainment with TV Detectives, The Grass Roots, and New Old-Time Radio!

James MacEachin is one of those actors who's not exactly a household name. But one look at
him and you'd recognize him from his many roles on Hawaii Five-O, All in the Family, Rockford Files, Mannix, Dragnet, and most famously as LT. Brock in the Perry Mason TV movies. He's also appeared in some high-profile feature films like Clint Eastwood's Play Misty For Me. MacEachin's multi-faceted career also includes being a novelist and award-winning champion of military veterans. (He's a decorated vet himself.)

On Tues. April 9, James MacEachin's insightful conversation with Dave White will entertain you with stories about John Wayne, Jack Lord, Clint Eastwood, Raymond Burr, Jack Webb, as well as his books and one-man play. You need more than that?

Well, past listeners of DWP may recall our interview with Dennis Provisor, a keyboardist who became one of The Grass Roots in 1972. On our next program, we're joined by Joel Larson, the drummer who was a Grass Root at the very beginning, left the band, and then re-joined in '72. In fact, Joel was the only Grass Root to have played in the two very different official line-ups responsible for hits like "Midnight Confessions," "Temptation Eyes," "Let's Live for Today," "Sooner or Later" and so many more. But Joel goes beyond the hits to talk about Barry McGuire, the Mamas and Papas, and just how all those cars, vans, and motorbikes are chosen and available for television and film sets.

But that's not all either! The next DWP is also going to keep you in Suspense! That's because KSAV.org is launching a new version of the Old-Time Radio classic that, well, to say more would be telling! If you're an OTR fan, this one's for you . . .

All this and the usual unusual humor of Dave White Presents debuts Tuesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, then 7:30 Pacific over--

You can pre-record the show at Digital Audio Recording (DAR)--

But if you miss the premiere broadcast, on Wed. April 10, the 90 minute show will be available as a podcast, mp3 download, from itunes, through TEVO and Sticher.com, or on the player at--

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Coming later this month: The history of drums and the story of Canned Heat . . . stay tuned!