Segment three of Fish's two hour show on Flint's music scene is an explosion of energy coming like a blow torch out of California in the persona of the legendary Peter C. Cavanaugh, Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame radio deejay. Cavanaugh's ebullient personality filled the airwaves of the Flint area for two decades. Like a ringmaster, he hosted wild and infamous concerts held at local sites like Atwood Stadium, Sherwood Forest and Mt. Holly. Acts that he worked with read like a who's who of rock 'n roll royalty included The Who, Grand Funk Railroad, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Chuck Berry, Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Seger, Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, KISS, and George Clinton with Parliament and the Funkadelics. It's CRAZY. His unbelievable and colorful stories keep you wanting more! TIME IS WAAAAY TOO SHORT with Peter C.!
"In Flint it was better to ask for forgiveness than permission." --Peter C. Cavanaugh
This episode is one of the show's earliest, recorded at WFNT radio station in Flint, Michigan. Fish is joined by co-host, Jim Hargrove, "The Voice of Reason".
Original air date March 13, 2019.
You can also visit this episode at Fish's website: http://www.flintchronicles.com/