John McEuen taught Steve Martin how to play the banjo. He’s also fronted the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band for the past 50 years.
Carney Classic Flashback: Gene Wilder passed away at age 83. Hear the wonderfully rich conversation we had from 2006
One of our most favorite all-time interviews from the Archives. Just a shame the reason why we share it again today. “We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams”
Notorious Democrat James Carville Talked to Carney About His New Book, “We’re Still Right, They’re Still Wrong”
James Carville is a notorious Democrat…so it’s no surprise he’s got a book out, during the most contentious and weird political campaigns in modern times.
Rene Knott, Sports Director for KSDK Channel 5, stopped by to Compare Scars with Carney after both had recent heart surgeries
When Carney went out for major surgery, Mr. Sports Guy just couldn’t let him bask in all of the sympathy…
Michael Chiklis joined Carney, not because he has a new cop drama out…well, I guess it’s kind of like Cop Rock…
Carney Classic Flashback: Toots Thielemans passed away this weekend. Hear an in-studio interview from 2001
Performed the soundtrack for Midnight Cowboy, he also played on Old Spice jingles, and the theme from Sesame Street.
Woodstock was this week – did you know that Jimi Hendrix didn’t even take the stage until 9am on Monday morning?!
Local stagehand Rich Wood helped set up the Paul McCartney-Busch Stadium show…he tells us what it was like working with over 20 semi trucks worth of equipment
Setting up the stage for a former Beatle must be a huge honor…but it also sounds like a huge hassle…
Carney Classic Flashback: Denny Laine from Wings spoke to The Carney Show a few years back, about what it was like working with Paul McCartney
Laine worked with McCartney through the entirety of the Wings project, from 1971-81.
He won an Oscar for playing Salieri in Mozart…why the hell is he talking to us?!