Musicians Reveal with Joe Kelley


Featured on Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Prince’s official website in 2004. On the air since 1982. Joe Kelley interviews musicians from all genres.



Funk Legend Bernie Worrell (Parliament-Funkadelic, Talking Heads) Interview

Bernie Worrell first came to prominence as a founding member and Musical Director of Parliament/Funkadelic. While this massively influential supergroup was radically altering the course of music, Bernie was radically charting the course of emerging keyboard technology during the golden age of analog synthesis....

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Funk Vocalist Dawn Silva (Brides of Funkenstein)

Dawn Silvais an Americanfunkvocalist. Silva started her career as a background vocalist forSly and The Family Stone. She joinedP-Funkin 1977. She was the only originalBrides of Funkensteinmember to continue through the Brides’ entire career. In 1978, withLynn Mabry, she released the successfulFunk Or Walk....

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Prince Website Designer Sam Jennings Interview

Sam Jennings stopped by shortly after Prince’s passing to discuss his working relationship with him and also his numerous accomplishments during his website design career. Sam Jennings Bio Went to college at theSchool of the Art Institute of Chicago Worked for the musicianPrincefor about...

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Charles Neville (Neville Brothers) Interview

Charles Neville was an American R&B and jazz musician best known as part of The Neville Brothers. Known onstage as “Charlie the horn man”, his saxophone playing helped earn the group a Grammy Award for best pop instrumental performance. Originally recorded March...

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Percussionist Estaire Godinez (Prince and the NPG, George Benson)

Estaire Godinez, a world renowned musician and self-described Renaissance Woman, came into Prince’s orbit in the spring of 1999 and stayed till the end of that year.Beginning with a show at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas that Memorial Day, till just before the...

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Saxophonist Candy Dulfer (Prince and the NPG, Dave Stewart)

It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 26 years since Candy Dulfer rose to fame with her high-profile collaborations with Dave Stewart (the worldwide number 1 smash “Lily was here”) and of course the legendary Prince, whose tongue-in-cheek recommendation (“When I want sax,...

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