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Desert Dreams Productions
Green Connections Radio™ Music
Green Connections Radio™ thanks Dick Wagner and Desert Dreams Productions, L.L.C. for the music in the video. As you can see below, Dick Wagner is a rock and roll icon and we are grateful that he and the DDP team graciously donated the music to Green Connections Radio™. (Full disclosure: the managing partner of DDP is Susan Michelson, Joan Michelson’s sister).
DICK WAGNER, Partner, DDP
Hit Songwriter, Legendary Lead Guitar Player, Producer, Author
Dick Wagner helped define an era in rock history by playing lead guitar or writing songs for Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Kiss, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, Meat Loaf, Steve Perry, Etta James, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, Tina Turner, Air Supply, Hall & Oates, Little Richard, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Guns N’ Roses, Tori Amos, Frank Sinatra…and many more.
Wagner songs and lead guitar have been featured on more than 200 renowned CD’s. His credits include 35 Gold and Platinum records and numerous BMI Songwriting awards. He recently published his memoir, “Not Only Women Bleed,” (2012) which Steve Katz of the famous rock band Blood, Sweat and Tears described as “an essential piece of the pantheon of rock history.”
Known to his fans and friends as “The Maestro of Rock,” Wagner is legendary for his groundbreaking collaborations with Alice Cooper, for whom he was musical director, lead guitarist and co-writer of the icon’s biggest hits, including “Only Women Bleed,” “You and Me” and “I Never Cry,” and Welcome To My Nightmare.”
Dick Wagner was Cooper’s right hand man on such groundbreaking albums as Welcome to My Nightmare, Alice Cooper Goes to Hell, Lace and Whiskey, From the Inside and DaDa. Together, Cooper and Wagner co-wrote the majority of Alice Cooper’s top selling singles and albums, including more than 50 songs that are featured on 57 Alice Cooper albums.
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