When The Beatles played the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, they did more than serenade a broad TV audience. They stoked the imaginations and ambitions of millions of budding American musicians. Kevin Arnold, carrying that memory, and intrigued by a schoolmate, Larry Beeman, joins a garage band. Along the way, he learns a bit about the thrill of an amplified guitar and performer glory. Austin musician and improviser, Ryan Hill, joins me again, fresh off the release of his Tiny Desk Concert and new album, to talk rock n' roll, man!
Music: Tosin Awofeso
Logo Design: Brad Hawkins