We dedicate the show to Alaska's legend, 96 year young Julius Rockwell Jr who is now asking the Angels out for a date! The Good Life Julius! This Day in Music History and Bits n Pieces from a tender heart. Enjoy.
Happy Belated Birthday to Mighty Max Weinberg! This Day in Music History blows the roof off the joint! New music from The Temperance Movement, Saint Motel, Jesse Malin, Beth Hart and more! Now this is good stuff! Enjoy!
The incredibly talented Danny Clinch talks about his life as a photographer, filmmaker, director, harp player and the upcoming Asbury Park Music in Film Festival! Oh, yeah, and he talks about Springsteen too! Awesome conversation!
Steven Tyler goes country, This Day in Music History with Simon & Garfunkel, The Doobie Brothers and The Beatles and if you're ready to call in your future, CC gives you a few pointers! Enjoy!
Happy Birthday Leon Russell & Marvin Gaye, This Day in Music History and some great new music from Jason Spooner, Beth Hart, Butch Walker and The Black Keys. Happy Full Moon Eclipse on 4/4/15!
CC is on fire today! She called in her future last night and has a lot to say about it. Happy 60th Birthday to the 45rpm record!! Happy 60th Birthday Angus Young! This Day in Music History and MUSIC! New Spoon, Jessie Malin, The Ramones, Saint Motel and more. And the new adventure from CC's twin!
New music from Bondurant, The Black Keys, The Temperance Movement, plus This Day in Music History, Deja Vu turns 45 and Ted Cruz get's a ticket to the Love Train! Get on board! Enjoy.
Celebrating the 200th show today with great music and a look back over the past 200 episodes of the live streaming, independent, commercial free, listener supported The Camille Conte Show! Keep on rockin' in the free world! Enjoy.
Irish music for St. Patty's Day along with a visit from Carol O'Carrigan who has more jokes than The World's Greatest Joke Teller! This Day in Music History and Jim Morrison reveals himself to me! Enjoy.
A must listen to conversation with my friend, Mike McCormick who talks about his participation in the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and his time in Selma with President Obama, John Lewis and his own personal tour of the Civil Rights movement.