Daniel Glass Show

306 – [Daniel Glass Show]: My Favorite Concerts, Part 1

In this podcast, Daniel shares a series of important concerts that impacted his life growing up in Hawaii, and discusses how these events influenced his path as a professional musician.

What’s covered in this session:

  • Concerts include:
    • Arlo Guthrie – Son of Woody Guthrie. “Alice’s Restaurant” and Woodstock folk legend. (Early 1970s)
    • Joan Baez – Folk legend, long time consort of Bob Dylan, first arena concert. (Early 1970s)
    • John Denver – Featuring Hal Blaine on drums. (1975-6)
    • Fleetwood Mac – “Rumours” tour. (1977-8)
    • Boston – “Don’t Look Back” tour, first stadium concert. (1979)
    • Santana – “Inner Secrets” tour, first 3+ hour concert. (1979)
    • Journey – “Departure” tour, getting to watch Steve Smith up close from behind the drum set. (1980)
    • Ted Nugent – “Scream Dream” tour, getting to watch Carmine Appice from behind the drum set. (1982)
    • Dave Brubeck – With the Honolulu Symphony. First significant jazz concert (light bulb time). (1982)
    • The Police – “Synchronicity” tour, with Stevie Ray Vaughn and Brian Adams. (1983)

Resources/Links/People Mentioned:

Links to YouTube performances of songs from the same tours seen by Daniel:

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