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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bruce Channel. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bruce Channel, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bruce Channel. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bruce Channel, often where they are interviewed.

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"Hey Baby" By Bruce Channel (w/Obi Fernandez)

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This week we are joined by Westbound Train singer and The Inevitables co-creator Obi Fernandez to talk about the amazing music of the late 60s, dirty dancing and specifically Bruce Channel's massive hit Hey Baby!

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Aug 26 2020 · 47mins
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Episode 83: Bruce Channel

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This week's episode is the last one for this year and trust me, it will be an interesting one once you really dig into it. I am taking a week off for Xmas and new years so there will be no new episode this weekend, and I will resume new episodes of this podcast in the first week of January. this one is another one hit wonder, but there is one piece of really cool and mind blowing and interesting piece of information about this song that you don't want to miss in this week's episode of my podcast. this is an all in one episode so I dive into the history behind the song as well as break it down and analyze it for you. here's the link to this week's song just in case you wanted to listen to the whole thing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNiALFHyLH0
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Please do also check out the official Spotify and Youtube playlists for this podcast. there you'll be able to find all of the songs I have talked about on my show so far including some songs that I have mentioned in the interview episodes I have done on my show in the past. this should give you a good idea for the kind of music I talk about on my show and if it gives you any ideas as to which songs I should cover next on my podcast that I haven't yet, please email those to me at samltwillI@icloud.com or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies
:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMj?si=d-zPThmSQE-nsoXI630lwA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7Nf
Please do also check out the official Redbubble Merch store for this podcast, there you'll be able to find this super cool logo that I personally came up with myself and I had somebody else design attached to some really cool merch items. Please let me know if you decide to purchase anything by emailing me at samltwillI@icloud.com or by reaching out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-owner
if you liked my analysis on this week's song and you thought it was cool and interesting and you learned some really cool facts about this week's song and artist and you never really knew anything about him or this song, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies.
Dec 23 2019 · 30mins
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Bruce Channel

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In 1962 it was unusual to have an international hit record. It was the early stirrings of rock music, and a record named "Hey Baby" rolled out the red carpet for Bruce Channel and Delbert McClinton as the concert headliners in London. Bruce and Delbert shared a dressing room with their warm up act, a talented cover band getting started: John, Paul, George, and Pete. The Beatles, a year or so before adding Ringo.

Bruce talks about writing and living and creating in Tennessee. He's been devoting full days to writing music for more than 55 years and has upwards of 300 songs that he brought to the earth. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Christine.

Apr 13 2018 · 13mins
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Crazy Chester Radio Hour Episode #25: Bruce Channel

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Bruce Channel is a singer and songwriter who’s number one hit “Hey! Baby” is one of the classic rock & roll songs of all time. Joined by Delbert McClinton who played the signature harp licks on “Hey! Baby”, Bruce toured the UK with the Beatles in the early sixties. He later moved to Nashville and found success as a songwriter including writing number one hits for Janie Fricke (Don't Worry 'bout Me Baby), T. G. Sheppard (“Party Time”) and John Conlee ("As Long as I'm Rockin' with You"). He’s a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and the Texas Songwriters Hall of Fame. The Crazy Chester Radio Hour is created and hosted by record producer Andreas Werner. This episode was recorded at Creative Workshop recording studio in Nashville. The theme song is performed by Jimmy Hall & Funky Chester and written by Andreas Werner (Crazy Chester Music, BMI). Used with permission.
Mar 14 2018 · 59mins
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269 - Bruce Channel - "Hey Baby" and playing with the Beatles

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Bruce Channel wrote and recorded one of the most iconic songs of the early rock n’ roll era with “Hey Baby” - a number one hit in 1962, featuring harmonica from Delbert McClinton. That one song has endured, being included in movies like Dirty Dancing, TV shows like Mad Men, and has been covered by many other artists.

During his early success, Channel had a chance to tour Europe - and played a gig where the Beatles opened for him! Channel has also written many hits on the country charts and continues to perform.
Sep 04 2017 · 33mins