Tom Lodge used a new strategy against the British government to defy the law prohibiting broadcasting Rock & Roll to the teenagers in Great Britain. He, and his cohorts, worked in the English Channel aboard Radio Caroline, a converted steamship with a giant radio antenna attached. We discuss the forthcoming documentary about Radio Caroline: The Ship That Rocked the World.
Dave Mason is a Rock ‘n’ Roll legend—a founding member of Traffic, solo artist and active philanthropist for music to children. We review his career and catch up on what he’s doing today.
Chris O’Dell is the world’s first female rock ’n’ roll tour manager. She worked with the most influential musicians of that era from 1968 to 1984. We discuss her experiences, her memories of the famous rock stars and how she became a tour manager from her book titled Miss O’Dell.
Tom Lodge, one of the original DJs on Radio Caroline, a pirate radio ship operating just outside British waters during the 1960s, tells what it was really like in Pirate Radio in his book The Ship That Rocked The World: How Radio Caroline Defied the Establishment, Launched the British Invasion, and Made the Planet Safe for Rock and Roll