It’s a Nostalgic Edition of ‘The Mix’

It’s no secret that BlogTalkRadio regularly features appearances by up-and-coming, recently-burst-onto-the-scene and veteran celebs.

Nor that, during their always-compelling interviews, this fabulous array of talent often waxes nostalgic about days gone by.

CAPTION: "That was one of the hardest things I ever had to do-to fight a guy that I loved," Larry (above) tells us of former boss Muhammad Ali.

"That was one of the hardest things I ever had to do—fight a guy that I loved," Larry (above) tells us of one-time boss Muhammad Ali.

So it should come as no surprise that we’re dedicating an entire edition of The Daily Mix to just such moments.

On tonight’s show, among other chestnuts, you will hear:

—Former world heavyweight champ Larry Holmes reminisce about battling Muhammad Ali in the ringafter The Greatest took Larry under his wing as a sparring partner for four years.

Space 1999 star Barbara Bain weigh in on reprising her role in that ’70s sci-fi show—and if she’s even aware that there’s a big- screen remake being tossed around Tinseltown.

St. Elsewhere star Ellen Bry remember her pre-celebrity days—as Margot Kidder‘s stunt double in the Superman flicks.

—Veteran indy film director Henry Jaglom reveal how he got David Duchovny started in showbiz.

—Legendary jazz saxophonist Frank Foster recall the inspiration for his classic tune, Shiny Stockings.

True Jackson, VP‘s Robbie Amell recount how he recently ran into fellow Cheaper by the Dozen 2 star Taylor Lautner—only to dress the Twilight hunk down for buffing up significantly in the past few years.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight—and every Monday—at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.


One thought on “It’s a Nostalgic Edition of ‘The Mix’

  1. George V Johnson jr

    Thank you so much for the feature on Legendary jazz saxophonist, arranger, composer Dr. Frank Foss. Well deserved recognition. I look forward to many more. Be sure to tune in to my upcoming show Exploring America’s Classical Music with GERALD WILSON The Preeminent Jazz Orchestra Composer and Bandleader. Born: September 4, 1918 – Back in 1939, Gerald Wilson joined the Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra as a trumpet soloist and an arranger. 66 years later, Wilson is still very active, having long been considered one of the top arrangers, composers and big band leaders in the history of jazz. 86 as of this writing, he has lost none of his enthusiasm, skills or creativity, and still manages to sound quite modern.

    Throughout his career, Gerald Wilson has received incredible acclaim, including winning the Downbeat International Critics Poll both as a composer/arranger and for his big band, and winning the Paul Robeson Award, the NEA American Jazz Masters Fellowship, and a pair of American Jazz Awards. He has been elected to the Mississippi Jazz Hall of Fame, has had his life’s work archived by the Library of Congress and has earned six Grammy® nominations. But his real legacy is his music itself.

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