* The wife of this artist's manager was pregnant when the track we'll be playing early in the show was being written. The songwriters suggested the name of this song as a perfect name for a little baby girl. And when the baby girl was born...that is precisely the name she received. The artist who sings the song also became the godfather to the little girl...more to that story...name the artist and the song...
*Don Henley said in 2007: "Here I am, just turned 60, but I'm not complaining. I'm thrilled and delighted...none of us ever thought it would go on this long. We are not afraid of the passage of time, necessarily, and we've been sitting one out for a long time." And that is kind of what the track we'll play tonight implies. They were most patient in anticipation of releasing this album and this track...Name the song...
*This song is about 2 boys who have broken a law, although the exact law that has been broken is not stated in the track. The crime is reported to the police and the 2 boys get arrested, but released when "a radical priest" intervenes on their behalf. Daniel Berrigan, who appeared on the cover of Time magazine around the release of this song was thought to be that priest. Name the artist and the song...
*Some of the members of this great 70's band (and beyond) had other talents as well. One member played college basketball in California. Another was an expert fisherman...being so good at it, in fact, he eventually became an editor for the Outdoor Life magazine. Name the band...extra credit for the band member names...
Battle Of The Bands!
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow by Carole King vs Down To You by Joni Mitchell
1. Elton John, Amoreena 2. Long Road out of Eden Waiting in the Weeds
3. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard by Paul Simon 4. Three Dog Night, Chuck Negron, Corey Wells, Danny Hutton
Listeners picked Carole King with 55% of votes