America In Town For One Show Only – Steve Goddard Interview With Gerry Beckley

With 19 Billboard Hot 100 Singles to their credit and countless classic album tracks to draw from (‘Riverside’ and ‘Sandman’ are two of my favorites!), there’s be no shortage of hits on America’s set list.

Tomorrow night’s show at Wild Horse Pass (click here for ticket information) will be another unforgettable evening with the udo that gave us hits like A Horse With No Name, Venture Highway, Tin Man, Lonely People, Sister Golden Hair, I Need You, and Sister Golden Hair.

It’s always great to catch up with Gerry (Beckley) and Dewey (Bunnell) when they come to town and tomorrow night is your chance.

Here’s one of the conversations I had with Dewey , where he talks about the hits and working with The Beatles producer George Martin.

Did you know George Martin’s first #1 hit in the states after The Beatles was with America?

Neither did I.

Beckley, Gerry


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