Deborah Bonham and Peter Bullick - Part Two - Off The Road with Dave Lawrence
Find the complete series at hawaiipublicradio.org/offtheroad.
They have a new album out – Bonham Bullick.
In yesterday's first part of the episode, we heard new music, plus fun stories: how they met, connections to Bad Company and their vocalist Paul Rodgers, guitar hero Jeff Beck, and obviously, Led Zeppelin. We also got firsthand insight into how John Bonham’s drum style got to be so funky, thanks to his love for James Brown, and his parents’ music collection.
Today, we’ll conclude by hearing more from the album, plus remarkable stories about Deborah, and Led Zeppelin’s, connections to fellow British rock pioneers Black Sabbath, and a truly endearing story about Deborah’s relationship — and her older brother’s relationship — with Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant. We'll also post the complete interview.
Hear the song used to open today's feature, their cover of "I'll Get Along":
Hear their cover of "It Ain't Easy" featured in today's segment:
See Deborah performing live with Robert Plant:
Hear Dave speaking with her nephew, John Bonham's son, drummer Jason Bonham:
Off The Road started in April 2020 when the pandemic led to a halt in the touring entertainment industry. Connecting with artists around the world since, we’ve offered intimate conversations and many exclusive musical performances with some of the biggest names in music, spanning many genres, eras and styles. Some of the recent and highlight artists we’ve welcomed include Tower of Power's Emilio Castillo, The Doors' Robby Krieger, John McLaughlin, Joe Satriani, Smokey Robinson, Keb Mo, The Moody Blues' John Lodge, The Yardbirds' Jim McCarty, Don McLean, Joss Stone, Third World’s Stephen “Cat” Coore, Deep Purple’s Don Airey, Herb Alpert, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Artimus Pyle, Pat Metheny, Black Uhuru’s Derrick “Duckie Simpson”, Judy Collins, Al Di Meola, 10,000 Maniacs’ Mary Ramsey, Alice Cooper, Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner, George Benson, Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson, The Doors’ John Densmore, Randy Brecker, Peter Frampton and System of a Down's Serj Tankian.