Danny Kortchmar | Filmography, Relationships

Danny Kortchmar | Filmography, Relationships Uncover detailed information and find interactive visualizations about Danny Kortchmar. See television shows and movies he has worked on, biographical data and more. [read more...]

Danny Kortchmar - Biography | Billboard

Danny Kortchmar - Biography | Billboard Fashion/Style; Music Festivals; Hot 100; Danny Kortchmar. 0. 0. 0. Overview; Chart history; Biography; Videos; In 1973, Kortchmar made his solo debut with [read more...]

Danny Kortchmar - Wikipedia

Danny Kortchmar - Wikipedia Danny Kortchmar; Also known as: Danny Kootch: Born April 6, 1946 (age 71) New York City, New York, United States: Genres: Rock, Pop, Blues, Rhythm and blues [read more...]

Danny Kortchmar - Home | Facebook

Danny Kortchmar - Home | Facebook See more of Danny Kortchmar by logging into Facebook. Message this Page, learn about upcoming events and more. Log In. or. Sign Up. [read more...]

The City – Now That Everything’s Been Said

The City – Now That Everything’s Been Said Now That Everything’s Been Said, however, is one of the genuine great lost albums And The City were not merely Carole King plus two – guitarist Danny Kortchmar and bassist Charles Larkey both had form with New York proto-punk yahoos The Fugs. [read more...]

Whether as sideman, frontman or producer, Kootch is the catalyst

Whether as sideman, frontman or producer, Kootch is the catalyst Danny Kortchmar, aka Kootch, established himself among the elite to be truthful, sometimes soporific fashion for one man and his acoustic guitar to sit on a stage in a packed auditorium and tell the world about his feelings. Folk, the musical form [read more...]

Chief 'Head' Michael Nesmith

Chief 'Head' Michael Nesmith For 2:30, "Circle Sky" sounds a Southwestern call to arms. Yippeee kai yaaay, mother trucker. Micky Dolenz-sung snake charmer "Can You Dig It" and flower-powered "As We Go Along," whose credits include guitarists Neil Young, Ry Cooder, and Danny Kortchmar [read more...]

Sammy Hagar Wasn't Van Halen's First Choice

Sammy Hagar Wasn't Van Halen's First Choice we were sitting around a table with Paul Schaeffer, Danny Kortchmar and Valerie. Eddie said he needed a 'yes' or a 'no' from me so he could move on and find someone else if I wasn't interested. When I said 'no,' Eddie called Sammy." [read more...]

Friday Feature: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”

Friday Feature: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” His portrayal – laid back, with a tone of constant, blown-mind amusement – was nothing short of iconic, and his fashion sense (particularly Jackson Browne’s “Somebody’s Baby,” written by Danny Kortchmar, is the single that everyone [read more...]

Joe Bonamassa – Driving Towards The Daylight Review

Joe Bonamassa – Driving Towards The Daylight Review It’s a great slower groove number that opens the album in spectacular fashion. HEAVENLY SOUL is the weaker of A co-write with highly respected session muso Danny Kortchmar, this track has quickly become one of my personal favorite Joe Bonamassa [read more...]

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