A selection of country music, with archive classics and modern recordings. Bob isjoined by American "roadhouse rocker"
Eve Selis, who performs, live and unplugged, with band members Mark Twang and Jim Soldi.
Newseries 1/12. Rock'n'roll enthusiast Mark Lamarr returns with a new selection of personal favourites from his vast collection of pop treasures, showcasing lesser-known rock recordings. This kick-starting edition rewinds to 5 July 1954, the day a teenage Elvis Presley recorded That's All Right and Blue Moon of Kentucky as part of what are now the legendary Sun sessions.
Producer Dave Shannon
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