December 15, 2017

Bootleg Asylum Radio Show Episode #0056 (01/29/2010)

Bootleg Asylum Radio Show
Episode #0056 (01/29/2010)

“Past Interviews Then, Aired Almost Now”

This week I am featuring 2 interviews that I had back in the fall of 2007 before I started Podcasting my shows. Interview #1 is with Jim “Dandy” Mangrum from the band Black Oak Arkansas. Black Oak Arkansas is an American Southern rock band named after the band’s hometown of Black Oak, Arkansas. The band reached the height of its fame in the 1970s with ten charting albums released in that decade. Their style is punctuated by multiple guitar players and the raspy voice and on-stage antics of vocalist Jim “Dandy” Mangrum.

Interview #2 is with Joe Buck. Joe Buck is the pseudonym of Jim Finkley, an American country and rockabilly musician from Murray, Kentucky. As a solo artist, he is a one-man band called Joe Buck Yourself. His first claim to fame was as the guitarist for The Legendary Shack Shakers. He played all guitar, bass and drums on their 2003 album Cockadoodledon’t. He played bass for Hank Williams III‘s country/hellbilly “Damn Band” and Assjack. He is credited, along with Williams and Andy Gibson, with engineering and producing Williams’ album, Straight to Hell.

Other artists on this weeks Bootleg Asylum Radio Show include: KritiKal Limit, Stoned Age, Hallows Eve, Rustbelt Homewreckers, Decent Into Madness, Chrome Division, Bad Season, Shinedown, Pantera, Reverend Horton Heat, Jesus Wept, Gin Palace Jesters, Mountain, Heaven and Hell, and more.

From now on the Bootleg Asylum Radio Show, Onemorename will be mostly taken all requests from you! If needed, I will fill in some of the requests. Send all requests to my email ( or Myspace Page in a comment/message during the week and I will play all requests!

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