The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #27 – Charlie McCoy

On this episode of The Paul Leslie Hour, we’re in the presence of a legend. For 50 years, Charlie McCoy has worked as a session player. He’s in great demand. In addition to his 41 solo albums, he’s done more than 12,000 recording sessions. Charlie McCoy has worked with Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel as well as countless country artists. A harmonica player, guitarist, bassist and multi-instrumentalist, Charlie McCoy is an inductee of the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #26 – Gary Morris

Singer-songwriter, recording artist Gary Morris was born on December 7, 1948. Tomorrow is his birthday! Morris has had more than two dozen chart singles, including the 1983 Top 10 song, “Wind Beneath My Wings.”  Most of his work could be classified as country, but he’s also had a serious acting career. He played Jean Valjean in a Broadway production of Les Misérables as well as a production of Puccini’s opera La Boheme. The conversation is good and true with Gary Morris on The Paul Leslie Hour.

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #25 – Gabrielle Stravelli

The acclaimed jazz and pop vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli joins Paul to talk about her first major album of distinctive original songs “Dream Ago” produced by David Cook. Called an “outstanding singer” by the Wall Street Journal and “hotter than the equator” by The Village Voice, Gabrielle Stravelli is an emerging sensation in New York’s jazz and supper clubs, who is gathering recognition and a following around the nation and beyond.

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #24 – Bill Anderson

Singer-songwriter and recording artist Bill Anderson is known in the world of country music for his unprecedented body of work including 40 studio albums, along with seven no.1  singles.  Sometimes known as Whisperin’ Bill Anderson, has been awarded Songwriter of the Year 6 times, has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry for more than 50 years and is an inductee in the Country Music Hall of Fame.  Also unprecedented is the fact that Bill Anderson has had an entry on the country music charts for seven consecutive decades, something no songwriter in history has done.  Some of his well known songs include “Whiskey Lullaby” recorded by Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss, “A Lot of Things Different” by Kenny Chesney, “Give It Away,” recorded by George Strait and many others.  2016 saw the release of his autobiography Whisperin’ Bill Anderson: An Unprecedented Life in Country Music.


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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #23 – Dub Cornett & Victoria Lily Shaffer

Dub Cornett and Victoria Lily Shaffer are the producers of the new unscripted comedy show “Bill & Brian Doyle-Murray’s Extra Innings,” with a new episode every Monday exclusively on Facebook Watch. Viewers get to see brothers Bill Murray and Brian Doyle-Murray interacting with the fans and players of minor league teams at games across the country. Behind the scenes, the producers of “Extra Innings” are as down-to-earth as America’s pastime with a shared love of dogs, comedy and music. Don’t touch that dial, Dub Cornett and Victoria Lily Shaffer are up next!

Watch BILL MURRAY & BRIAN DOYLE-MURRAY’S EXTRA INNINGS here!

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #22 – Elizabeth Cook

Elizabeth Cook had an incredible concert in Atlanta at the Variety Playhouse and the very next day she comes in for a face-to-face interview on The Paul Leslie Hour. Cook is one of the preeminent country music singer-songwriters. We talk about plenty in this episode: her Florida roots, hundreds of appearances on the Grand Ole Opry, friendship with David Letterman and the importance of honesty.  Listen for the truth du jour!

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #21 – Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels is a certifiable legend in music. Last year he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and this year he’s released a book about his life. Entitled “Never Look at the Empty Seats: A Memoir,” the Grammy award-winning Charlie Daniels who has sold more than twenty million albums and is known for such songs as “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” is as down to earth as they come. In this interview we gain his perspectives on his life, the responsibilities of fame, his work with Bob Dylan and why he wrote his autobiography.


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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #20 – Jillian Cardarelli

Jillian Cardarelli is a singer-songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts who went to Nashville to pursue her dream of being a country music singer-songwriter. In a short time, her work ethic and talent has allowed her to share the stage with the classic and contemporary singers of country music. Rolling Stone put her in the list of the 10 New Country Artists you need to know. Whether in the recording studio or on stage, it’s clear that singing is what Jillian Cardarelli was born to do. Meet her on The Paul Leslie Hour!

“Cardarelli’s recordings blend the heritage and the modern, with her upcoming EP’s tracks cut via old school full band takes at a non-Music Row studio.” –Rolling Stone

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #19 – Travis Turk

This interview with Travis Turk was recorded on April 17, 2017. It was held onto to await the release of the Jimmy Buffett collection “Buried Treasure.” It may strike you what a voice Travis Turk has. It’s probably not a surprise that he has had so much success as a voice over talent. In fact, sound has played a very big part in his life. He’s worked as a radio disc jockey, an audio engineer and was the very first record producer of Jimmy Buffett. As you’ll soon hear, he recorded several demos before Buffett’s debut album.

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #18 – Mike Veeck

How important is it to have fun?  If you’re Mike Veeck, the special guest on this episode of The Paul Leslie Hour, it’s one of the most important things in the world.  Mike Veeck applies fun to everything he does.  He’s a speaker, enterepeneur, college professor, minor league baseball team owner, restauranteur and all around idea-man.  His first book entitled “Fun is Good” tells how the philosophy of fun can make businesses more profitable and create a culture of creativity.  There’s so much to talk to Mike Veeck about!

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