Sunday nights at 10pm on WZLX 9100.7 FM) and wzlx.com, Carter Alan dips into his archives for interviews and music on THE DECIBEL DIARIES!
This Sunday (4/28) Carter talks with Jimmy Page in a 1999 interview. The Led Zeppelin guitarist expounded on his collaboration with the Black Crowes and why he wasn't working with Robert Plant at the time.
Then, it's a classic interview from 2006 with legendary Prog-rock drummer Carl Palmer, who heads out on tour with Yes and Asia this summer.
Finally, Carter celebrates Pink Floyd's DARK SIDE OF THE MOON on the anniversary of the album going to #1 in The United States in 1973. It would remain there for only one week, but stay on the chart for a record-setting 741 weeks! Music from Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Gov't Mule, and Pink Floyd live in 1974.