#7 – WHERE DID I GET A BULLHORN?
THE MEYER CHRONICLES: GRATEFUL TO BE TRUCKIN' THROUGH THE CONCERT YEARS 1966-71 The throwback episode provides an inspirational message giving hope to the younger generations to give back and try and make a difference, much like Andy as a young high school and college student! Join Andy Meyer and Jon Rubin on a journey back in time with visually enticing descriptions of Andy’s parents’, "bright yellow, linoleum, rotary phone in the 1950's kitchen," and "the bullhorn at The Grateful Dead Concert at Bucknell in Davis Stadium." From Mafia-esque encounters with the one-and-only Jimmy Hoffa, to transporting suitcases of money after the Bucknell Concerts, Andy recalls his days on the Bucknell Concert Committee transitioning from being “student 7962” to suddenly becoming a one-manned COMMITTEE. Andy and Jon look back at the legacy Andy created by booking memorable, historic, and wildly popular concerts at the little Bucknell University with 2,500 students with insanely popular bands like: The Grateful Dead, The Band, The Beach Boys, Sly and The Family Stone, Donovan, Levon Helm, Miles Davis, The Association, Judy Collins, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and Robbie Robertson! Andy even ingeniously included the students 30 minutes down the road from Penn! Tune in to learn what happened when Sly and the Family Stone demanded $2,500 cash before performing and who Andy had to get involved to make it happen. Andy explains why he ended up in the geographical location he was in and the history that played into him writing Dancing in the Seats, which was published by Billboard and put him on A&M Records' rad
The Meyer Chronicles
The Meyer Chronicles, hosted by Hollywood executive producer Andy Meyer and television and music producer Jon Rubin, takes listeners on a journey behind the scenes of the film and music industries. Over his 50 year career, Meyer produced films and cult class ...Listen
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