Black Crowes Drummer Steve Gorman Travels Home For The Derby
Kentucky-native and Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman hosts a radio “The Backbeat of Sports” show in Nashville. It’s a fine sports-music show. Steve was a serious athlete in high school and college, but later moved to Atlanta, sold his soul for rock & roll and joined The Black Crowes.
Gorman gives a humorous, yet brutally honest predictions, perspectives and commentary on whatever sport he and his radio host-partner Brandon may be discussing. Gorman's no sports greenhorn. Of course, they cover your football, baseball, golf, hockey, basketball, but also kick boxing, NASCAR, soccer—you name it--or whatever inflammatory story may be floating around in the sports world. Yet, it’s a balanced show that weaves music, sports, truth, humor, facts and interesting dialogue all into the fine podcast as well as the indelible “What’s Wrong With Steve?”
In today’s show, Gorman talked about attending this weekend’s Kentucky Derby and the NFL draft. In another segment of today’s show, Gorman played the Stones’ new song “Plundered My Soul”, which comes out next month on the re-issued Exile On Main Street. Gorman also revealed The Black Crowes new double album, Croweology, will be available on August 3. The Crowes gear up for their “Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys” tour, which they declared will be their last for at least a year. Check out the show for a rock and roll drummer’s keen perspective on sports. You may even hear a few incandescent gems of music insight. More on Gorman Sports, The Crowes and The Kentucky Derby later this week…