Power Pop Portal

Playlist for Show #67: 6/23/13 (Music and Conversation with Stan Lynch)

Stan Lynch in the studio (http://www.stanlynchmusic.com)

It’s a special edition of Rock104.com‘s Power Pop Portal as Glenn Richards talks with Stan Lynch (Gainesville music legend, successful Nashville songwriter, producer, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee as the original drummer for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)! They talk about his life and times in Gainesville and his latest production for his Gainesville buddies, the Dixie Desperados. You’ll hear their new music along with special treats from Stan’s career featuring music from artists he’s worked with including Don HenleyThe MavericksCamryn WessnerSister Hazel, & Tim McGraw, plus rare tracks from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and Stan’s pre-Heartbreakers Gainesville groups: Styrophoam Soule (1971) and Road Turkey (1972)!

Hear an archived recording of the show HERE!

  • Dixie Desperados – Mean As Hell (Dixie Desperados) [producer]
  • Sister Hazel – Concede (…Somewhere More Familiar) [producer]
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Even The Losers (Damn The Torpedoes) [drums]
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Strangered In The Night (Recorded live at My Father’s Place, Roslyn, NY, 1977) [drums]
  • Camryn Wessner – Temporary (Temporary) [co-writer, producer]
  • Don Henley – Drivin’ With Your Eyes Closed (Building the Perfect Beast) [co-writer]
  • The Mavericks – I Should Have Been True (What A Crying Shame) [co-writer]
  • Tim McGraw – Back When (Live Like You Were Dying) [co-writer]
  • Dixie Desperados – Clint Eastwood (Dixie Desperados) [producer]
  • Dixie Desperados – Wandering Man (Dixie Desperados) [producer]
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star (Pack Up The Plantation) [drums]
  • Road Turkey – Out On The Shreads (1972 Demo; Steve Soar on lead guitar, Carl Patty on bass, Marty Jourard on keyboards [who would later move to L.A. and form the Motels], and Stan Lynch on drums)
  • Styrophoam Soule – Make Me Smile (1971 Demo; Randy Morris guitar; Jamie Sterrett bass, trombone, vocals; Stan Lynch drums; Lonnie Morris vocals; probably Tom Bogle keys; Chris Platt trumpet; Danny Beckham sax)
  • Dixie Desperados – Beer Drinkin’ Women (Dixie Desperados) [producer]
  • Dixie Desperados – Rebel Yell (Dixie Desperados (1976-2001))
Stan Lynch with Jeff Sims of Dixie Desperados


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Ron Blair, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Stan Lynch, & Tom Petty


Steve Soar, Marty Jourard (later in the Motels), Stan Lynch (later in the Heartbreakers), and Carl Patty.

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