For the last 37 years, good old straight ahead Rock N' Roll has been the featured menu item here at I-95. From Led Zeppelin to Lynyrd Skynyrd.....Van Halen to Aerosmith......Tom Petty to Pink Floyd, BUT..... every once in awhile..........

The "Ethan and Lou Morning Show" presents talented local singer/songwriter(s) live from the I-95 studios. We keep it simple as they sit down to perform in front of one ElectroVoice 309A reverb, no special effects, just their guitars and their original tunes playing to an unseen audience of thousands!

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This is a first in a series of articles and mp3's where I'll feature some of the singer/songwriters who have treated us to their stories through song. We'll hear from Doug Wahlberg/Rick Tedesco, Pete Herger, Frank Vieli, Michael Delguidice, Ethan James and Easy Street and we'll kick it all off with one of our most frequent guests, Christopher Robin. At the age of 16, Christopher began writing his own songs and now draws from his catalog of over 200 tunes. Every single song he's written is a true story from start to finish. At the age of 18, Christopher moved out to San Francisco and worked as a guitar tech for Greg Allman and the Jefferson Starship. He's opened shows for the late Clarence Clemmons, Greg Allman, Marshall Tucker, Robert Cray, Big and Rich along with tons more. Christopher now makes his home out in Cave Creek, Arizona where he owns a funky concert hall in addition to touring with The Christopher Robin Band. The CRB sounds like a cross between the Allman Brothers, Gov't Mule, and Little Feat. I strongly suggest you purchase both of his CD's, "949 Steiner" and "Truth". Check out Christopher's outstanding version of the classic Allman Brother's tune, Melissa.