Jack White, Ian Anderson and a Tribute To Jim Keays On iHeartRadio
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Jack White, Ian Anderson and a Tribute To Jim Keays On iHeartRadio

by Paul Cashmere on June 18, 2014

in News,Noise Pro

iHeartRadio weekly music news, powered by Noise11.com, this week features a tribute to Jim Keays who passed away last Friday.

Jon Stevens of the Dead Daisies, Jack White, Ian Anderson and Timothy B. Schmit drop by for a chat. There is new music from Kasabian, Wagons and Ed Sheeran and classic Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones and Smiths.

LISTEN live now to iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com.

Passenger – Hearts On Fire (Warner)
Led Zeppelin – Tangerine (Warner)

Rolling Stones – Waiting On A Friend (live No Security version) (Universal)
Jack White – Lazaretto (interview) (Sony)

Masters Apprentices – Turn Up Your Radio (EMI)
Jim Keays – Whiskey Woman (interview) (Indie)

Painters & Dockers – Nude School (Warner)
John Butler Trio – Spring To Come (Indie)

Smiths – How Soon Is Now (Warner)
Wagons – Why Do You Always Cry (Indie)

Jethro Tull Thick As A Brick (interview) (EMI)
Bob Dylan – Scarlet Town (Sony)

Wilco and Billy Bragg – California Stars (Warner)
Kasabian – Eez-eh (Sony)

Eagles – I Can’t Tell You Why (interview) (Warner
Ed Sheeran – Don’t (Warner)

Bad Company – Good Loving Gone Bad (Warner)
The Dead Daisies – Face I Love (interview) (Social Family Records)

alt-j – Breezeblocks (Liberation)
The Vamps – Somebody To You (EMI)

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