RADIO SPECIALS

 

Jagger Peyton, Patron and AMD Team Up for Three Syndicated Rolling Stones Radio Specials

The Rolling Stones’ “Blues Licks”

"On the Covers of The Rolling Stones"

 

"Rolling Stones - Paint it Blue"

Chris Jagger and John Peyton create and host a 3-2-1. 3 unique 2 hour 1 off radio programs that honor the Rolling Stones. Hosted by Chris Jagger and John Peyton, the programs include exclusive stories and feature rare cuts never-before-heard.

”On the Covers of The Rolling Stones.” An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. “On the Covers The Rolling Stones” radio special features the Stones covers of their favorite artists, from Chuck Berry’s Carol to Robert Johnson’s Love in Vain...Slim Harpos’ Shake Your Hips, The Temptations’  Ain’t to Proud To Beg and Just My Imagination, to Willie Dixon’s Little Red Rooster many others. Join us as we bring you the original recordings followed by the Stones’ fabulous cover.

The Rolling Stones’ “Blues Licks” Radio Special. An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. “Blues Licks” features The Rolling Stones’ early primitive blues recordings for DECCA Records to their live electric blues performances on ABKCO, Rolling Stones Records and Virgin Records releases. From the early days, er uh The Stone Age to today. Also hear the stories behind the rare Stones cuts and outakes culled from their archived recordings. Meet Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie...with Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Brian Jones on “Blues Licks.”

The Rolling Stones’ “Paint it Blue” Radio Special. An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. The Rolling Stones never made any secret of their debt to the blues. “Paint It Blue”, where contemporary blues artists cover the Stone’s greatest songs. Performances by Luther Allison (“You Can’t Always Get What You Want”), Junior Wells (“Satisfaction”), Taj Mahal (“Honky Tonk Women”), Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (“Ventilator Blues”), The Holmes Bros (“Beast of Burden”) Bobby Womack (“It’s All Over Now”), among many others,

The two-hour specials began airing on Wednesday, August 23rd 9pm to 11pm, Wednesday, September 13th 9pm to 11pm and Wednesday, October 18th, 9pm to 11pm, with an air window that remains open.

Parties interested in carrying the Rolling Stones Radio Specials can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces the Texas Blues Artist Inducted Into the Blues Foundation’s Hall of Fame Radio Special

Blues Foundation Blueseum of Fine Art one off tribute to the Texas Blues artists inducted into The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame...Many Texas artists have also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...In addition, many more Texans have won numerous Grammy awards as well as the coveted WC Handy Blues Award. But today on your Blueseum of Fine Art, we showcase the Texas greats in The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame. Including; T-Bone Walker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Blind Lemmon Jefferson, Freddie King and Big Mama Thornton. As well as Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, Gatemouth Brown, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Sippie Wallace. It’s our pleasure to feature these Texas greats and more on your Blueseum of Fine Art’s one off tribute to the Texas Blues Artists inducted into The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame.

Parties interested in carrying the The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame Radio Specials can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces, Jerry’s Hall of Fame Country Radio Special Presented by Supermodel Jerry Hall and Chris Jagger

"Jerry Hall Segment"

 

Chris Jagger thought it was about time that Jerry Hall a Daughter of the Republic of Texas and honorary consul of the state of Texas living in London got to be broadcast in Texas and the US. Because Jerry has been living in London for a long time, Chris didn’t want the folks back in America to have totally forgotten about her. Chris thought it would be a great idea for Jerry Hall to introduce some of her favorite recordings and some of the stories connected there and the times she had back in Texas when she was growing up. Jerry Hall exclaims, “Country music, as the songwriter Harlan Howard put it in the 60s “Is nothing more or less than 3 chords and the truth”” Our enduring fascination with the myth of the cowboy continues. We long for freedom and individuality honor and integrity. Where men sing don’t fence me in. While more and more of our country looses its small quaint towns and wide open fields to globalization and consumerism sadness. Cowboys have become all hat and no cow. But get into the land of the honky tonk and you will find a bursting heart of emotion and blues and sadness and longing. Whether you are from Tennessee or Missouri, you will find the same longing of disadvantaged people wanting to get out into a bigger better world.”

Chris remembers as a kid going to the fairground in Dartford on his own where they had a really loud scratchy 45 rpm record of Eddie Cochran doing C’Mon Everybody. That record made Chris feel all grown up. Chris remembers those little moments are so important and that you do associate them with the time and those sorta records. Chris thought it would be great if Jerry could put her finger on a couple of those similar experiences.

The first music Jerry remembers was the Polka. Jerry says, “you know, I just love the way it was so get up and go and festive.” “We used to spend the summers down at my grandmothers chicken farm which was in between San Antonio and Austin and our parents would drive us down and we would stop at the bar-b-que places and eat spicy sausages and drink root beer and my mama and daddy would get up and dance to the polka bands that played and I especially loved the Mexican polka bands”

Features Bob Wills San Antonio Rose, Chieftains, Chris Jagger Prisoner of the Heart, Eddie Cochran    C'mon Everybody, Elvis Costello A Good Year for the Roses, Flaco Jimenez Mexican Polka, Flying Burrito Brothers She's the Devil in Disguise, Gene Autry Don't Fence Me In, Gram Parsons Hickory Wind, Hank Williams Sr. Hey Good Lookin', Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On Johnny Cash I Walk the Line, Paul Newman Plastic Jesus, Ray Charles Georgia, Rolling Stones Far Away Eyes, Roy Orbison Pretty Woman, Soggy Bottom Boys Man of Constant Sorrow, Willie and Waylon Mama Don't Let Your Babies

Parties interested in carrying Jerry’s Hall of Fame Country, Rock, Blues and Gospel Radio Specials can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces “Been A Long Time” Double Trouble Radio Special

  

Double Trouble’s Tommy Shannon, John Peyton and Chris Layton

“Been a Long Time” Double Trouble Radio Special. An exclusive two part radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger with special guests Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Double Trouble, Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon who share writing and recording stories behind the making of Double Trouble’s Been A Long Time; Cry Sky (featuring Malford Milligan), Turn Towards The Mirror (featuring Charlie Sexton), Say One Thing (featuring Doyle Bramhall II), Rock And Roll (featuring Susan Tedeschi, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Charlie Sexton), Skyscraper (featuring Malford Milligan), In The Middle Of The Night (featuring Jimmie Vaughan and Lou Ann Barton), She's Alright (featuring Doyle Bramhall II), Ground Hog Day (featuring Jonny Lang), In The Garden (featuring Susan Tedeschi), Baby, There's No One Like You (featuring Dr. John)

Parties interested in carrying the Been a Long Time Double Trouble Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces The Roadhouse Revival’s Band of Brother’s Radio Special

The Roadhouse Revival’s Band of Brothers Radio Special features the rockin’ inspirational works of brothers…that’s right, brothers who have collaborated to form music’s greatest bands The Allman Brothers, Holmes Brothers, The Doobie Brothers, Vaughan Brothers, The Neville Brothers and many more on the Roadhouse Revival‘s Band of Brothers special.

Parties interested in carrying the Band of Brothers Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces The Blues of Led Zeppelin Radio Special

The Blueseum of Fine Art Radio Show presents the Blues of Led Zeppelin Radio Special with Chris Jagger and John Peyton from Memphis Minnie’s When the Levee Breaks to Willie Dixon’s You Shook Me and Bring it on Home to Leadbelly’s The Gallows Pole and Blind Willie Johnson’s Jesus Gonna Make My Dyin’ Bed aka Nobody’s Fault But Mine...and many other great blues numbers arranged and recorded by Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones as covered by Led Zeppelin. The special features the original recording and is followed by Zeppelin’s cover exclusively on your Blueseum of Fine Art.

Parties interested in carrying the Blues of Led Zeppelin Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces The Gospel Accordin’ to Willie Radio Show

Take off your hat, ’cause this ain’t your everyday Sunday hayride, this is the Lone Star Revival, the best gospel in the country. Willie and sister Bobbie Nelson were deeply involved in gospel music as kids growing up in Abbott Texas. After High School, Willie joined the US Air Force and then moved on to be a DJ at a local Ft. Worth radio station. Never loosing their gospel roots, Willie attended Baylor University in Waco. While in college, Willie sold Bibles door to door, and taught Sunday School. Word has it his church told him he can’t do both, play honky tonks and churches…and the rest is history.

Parties interested in carrying the Gospel Accordin’ to Willie Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces The Inspirational Songs of Johnny Cash, The Man in Black Radio Special

The Lone Star Revival Radio Show takes you to God’s country and walks the line with The Man In Black...The Lone Star Revival‘s Special Tribute to Johnny Cash. As an emeritus member of both the Country Music and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, winner of the 1991 Grammy Legend Award, and with more than a hundred and fifty charted hits to his credit, Johnny Cash was the Grand Old Man of Nashville.

Parties interested in carrying The Johnny Cash Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton Produces The Rockin Blue Christmas Radio Specials for Syndication Worldwide

The Rockin’ Blue Christmas Radio Special. An exclusive holiday radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger The Blueseum of Fine Art’s Rockin’ Blue Christmas Radio Special features Etta James’ Merry Cristmas Baby, Chuck Berry’s Run Run Rudolph, John Lee Hooker’s Blues for Christmas, Ray Charles‘ That Spirit of Christmas, John Lennon’s Happy Christmas, George Thorogood’s Rock and Roll Christmas, Elvis Presley’s Silent Night, The Pretenders’ Christmas Time and The Beach Boys announce Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.

The two-hour specials began airing on Thursday, December 6th and 27th with an air window that remains open through December of 2010.

Parties interested in carrying The Rockin’ Blue Christmas Radio Special can contact John Peyton at john@jaggerpeyton.com

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Jagger Peyton, Patron and AMD Team Up for Three Syndicated Rolling Stones Radio Specials

Jagger Peyton Produces the Texas Blues Artist Inducted Into the Blues Foundation’s Hall of Fame Radio Special

Jagger Peyton Produces Jerry’s Hall of Fame Country Radio Special Presented by Supermodel Jerry Hall and Chris Jagger

Jagger Peyton Produces “Been A Long Time” Double Trouble Radio Special

Jagger Peyton Produces The Roadhouse Revival’s Band of Brother’s Radio Special

Jagger Peyton Produces The Blues of Led Zeppelin Radio Special

Jagger Peyton Produces The Gospel Accordin’ to Willie Radio Show

Jagger Peyton Produces The Inspirational Songs of Johnny Cash, The Man in Black Radio Special

Jagger Peyton
Produces The Rockin Blue Christmas Radio Specials for Syndication Worldwide