I'm a reluctant member of society and am seriously trying to find an alternative. I've been suicidal for the last couple of decades but at the same time a chronic procrastinator. Seems to work for me. I have a extremely short attention span and well, enough about me.
Baxter’s Attic, Jeff Beck/Rod Stewart “Ain’t Superstitious” (live)
In observance of Friday the 13th, it's Jeff beck and Rod Stewart with "Ain't Superstitious"
Moose vs Wolf. Who Wins?
This is an amazing nature video. No gore, just four minutes of spectacular video shot in Northern Ontario. If I had to bet, I'd be inclined to bet on the wolf but Mother Nature is full of surprises.
Baxter’s Attic: Gary Moore – “Still Got the Blues” (Live)
One of my favorite and, in my opinion, underrated guitarists in the the Attic this morning. Gary Moore first found success with Thin Lizzy and then embarked on a solo career. Unfortunately, Gary developed a drinking problem which eventually killed him...
What’s Your Best Excuse To Get Out Of Work?
Tomorrow is looking like it may be a pretty nice day. Not too many of those left before Winter sets in, so maybe calling in sick to your job tomorrow may be just what the doctor ordered. We've all heard the story of the guy that called in and said he had to stay home from work that day because …
Baxter’s Attic: Robin Trower – “Bridge of Sighs” (Live)
Some Robin Trower in the Attic this morning. Bridge of Sighs is a bridge in Venice, Italy that crosses over to a prison. It got it's name supposedly from prisoners crossing over and sighing at their last look at beautiful Venice before being locked away in their cells...
Have You Ever Met a Rock Star That Was a Total Jerk?
They say it takes all kinds. Being in this business for quite some time, I've met my share of rock stars. For the most part they have been extremely nice. But there are always the ones that will leave you saying wtf. Some of the nicest and down to earth musicians I've met …
Baxter’s Attic: Foghat – “Fool for the City” (Live)
In the Attic this morning a band that was formed when Lomesome Dave Peverett, Tony Stevens and Roger Earl all left the band Savoy Brown and formed Foghat. The band went through many lineup changes with lonesome Dave returning in the 90s. Lonesome Dave Peverett passed away in 2000 due to complication…
Baxter’s Attic: John Lennon – “Watching the Wheels”
Today would have been John's 77th birthday. I always appreciated Lennon's writing compared to McCartney's. Lennon just had a deeper meaning to his songs. "Watching the Wheels" is about what John was up to while taking a break from stardom.
Baxter’s Attic: Robert Plant – “Big Log” (Live)
In the Attic this morning, we played you some Robert Plant with his first solo hit after leaving Led Zeppelin, "Big Log". Many of Plant's lyrics were influenced by books by J.R.R. Tolkien. Big Log is a mythical term for lost love. Also, like a lot of Zeppelin songs,…
A Blast From the Past, Me 25 Years Ago. Yeah, I Was Young Once [PHOTO]
I ran across this picture of me at work 25 years ago. Notice the nice porn mustache on my face.This picture was taken in the early 90's at WDIZ, a station I worked at in Orlando, Florida. A lot of memories from back then. Rock radio was more free form and there was nowhere I'd rather be th…
What’s the Craziest Halloween Costume You’ve Ever Seen Someone Wear?
Halloween is just a few weeks away and people are already plotting their costumes for this year.
Baxter’s Attic: Mott the Hoople – “All the Young Dudes” (Live)
In the Attic this morning, a song written by David Bowie and recorded by Ian Hunter and Mott the Hoople. This song was ranked #253 on Rolling Stone's Top 500 Rock Songs of All Time. Enjoy!