#Give Me A Break Radio Hour We are Honored to bring you a LIVE rebroadcast of an Acoustic concert With #Dick Wagner from Howlin’s Book Store and the Concert from The Basement in Nashville TN as well as Two Songs off the New CD by Dick Wagner “Captured” this is a 2 1/2 hour show… With the Maestro Of Rock Dick Wagner…
We really enjoyed spending three days with Dick Wagner from the rehearsal at Nashville Fretworks with Shelly Ferrell to the Book Signing of #Not #Only #Woman #Bleed at Howlin’ Bookstore and the nearly two hour Concert at The Basement… The full two show available NOW!!!… Please go to https://givemeabreakradio.com/ and enter your email address to gain access to the Full episode… We’ll be sending a download link to the show for all those who enter there email… It will also be available to our Global audience through "Give Me A Break" Radio Hour with Bobby Pizazz and at http://www.givemeabreak.podomatic.com/ and at http://www.indieartistradio.net/listen/give-me-a-break
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The Detroit area native helped define an era in rock history by playing lead guitar or writing songs for Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Kiss, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, Meat Loaf, Steve Perry, Etta James, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Air Supply, Hall & Oates, Ringo Starr, Guns & Roses, Tori Amos, Frank Sinatra, and dozens of others.
Legendary for his groundbreaking collaborations with Alice Cooper, Wagner was musical director, lead guitarist and co-writer of the icon’s biggest hits, including Only Women Bleed, You and Me, and Welcome To My Nightmare. Wagner was Cooper’s right hand man on such groundbreaking albums as, Welcome to My Nightmare, Alice Cooper Goes to Hell, Lace and Whiskey, From the Inside, and DaDa.
Together, Cooper and Wagner co-wrote the majority of Alice Cooper’s top selling singles and albums, including more than 50 songs featured on 57 Alice Cooper albums released worldwide.
Wed APRIL 2: Book Signing, Howlin’ Books, Nashville. 6PM: 1702 8th Ave S, Nashville (615) 942-9683. Free Admission. The Maestro will tell tales from his award winning book and play some of his hits on guitar.
THURS APRIL 3: Concert. THE BASEMENT, Nashville: an Intimate Concert with Nashville greats. 1604 8th Ave S, Nashville (615) 254-4801. 8PM.
Here is His interview on GIVE ME A BREAK RADIO
Dick Wagner was joined by
Guitar Tech / right-hand man to Dick Wagner
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