Rabbit Trails, Path 14
What famous pop/rock artist got sued for stealing a melody that would become a huge hit for him?
Find out as David Scott takes you on a path that you won’t forget.
Rabbit Trails, Path 13
Wednesday at 7PM EST
Come hang out for another hour of the Rabbit Trails.
David Scott hops into some of his favorite Latin jams along with one of the first rock songs to introduce a lot of distortion with feed back. What song is it?
1 hour, rock rhythm & blues, those deep cuts.
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Re-air on Thursday’s 4 PM EST
Jump into this rabbit hole with David Scott on his journey to the end of the path.
While in this trip you will hear some deep cuts from Queen, Terry Reid and a band that David Gilmour produced, Unicorn.
You don’t want to miss this.
The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer. Tune into the 11th Path of the Rabbit Trails for great deck and beach music. 1 hour of Rock Rhythm & Blues that will brighten anyone’s day.
Join David Scott on Path 10 of the Rabbit Trails and let him share some indie tunes that he’s been listening to lately.
It’s a trip that you don’t want to miss.
Every Wednesday on Trendkillradio.com at 7PM
Tune into trendkillradio.com at 7pm to catch the 2nd season premiere of the Rabbit Trails!
It’s a rockin’ and rollin’ hour!
Take a stroll through Path 8 as David Scott attempts to rock you with deep cuts from the past chart toppers. Digging into some history on covers and hits.
This is an action packed rock n roll episode for sure!
Don’t miss it!
New episode every Wednesday at 7pm EST
Go back in time with David Scott on the Rabbit Trails. It was a nice summer evening in 2014 when he took the show outside to the fire pit.
Rock, Rhythm & Blues – Deep cuts.
Catch Rabbit Trails Every Wednesday at 7PM EST on trendkillradio.com
Take a stroll through Path 6 of the Rabbit Trails with David Scott. There you will hear from King’s of Leon, Chicago, The Monkees and so much more.
Turn the FM dial off and hear the music that you’ve missed for the passed 50 years.
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