May 17, 2019
The Ace of Cups may not have been the first all-female rock and roll band, but they were the one that mattered within that bizarre wrinkle in time that constituted late 1960s San Francisco.
Apr 10, 2018
Formed in the early 70's, the Dixie Dregs bent the genre boundaries of rock, jazz, country and classical. Fusing unique instrumentals, the Dixie Dregs challenged the listener to expand beyond the industry standard typically fed to the masses as pop music. This uniqueness became the demise of their marketability....
Mar 11, 2018
Carol from KZSC's Test of Time interviews legendary jazz drummer Billy Cobham. Acclaimed as fusion's greatest drummer, Cobham has recorded with many great jazz bands of our era. From his work with Miles Davis and the Mahavishnu Orchestra to his innovative solo career, Cobham continues to push the boundaries...
Jan 18, 2018
Chicago blues musician, Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater, spoke with Carol from the Test of Time. Clearwater talks about the Chicago blues scene, his Cherokee heritage, and the good fortune of his first headdress. At 83, Clearwater shows no sign of slowing down. He's working on songs for a new album and planning a European...
Aug 21, 2017
The Ace of Cups, one of the first all-women rock bands emerging in the mid-sixties , were at the center of the San Francisco music scene and the summer of love in 1967.