WBA Hall of Famer Bob Barry ruled Milwaukee's airwaves in the '60s and '70s. He interviewed the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, James Brown, Dolly Parton, Sophia Loren, Gregory Peck, Dick Clark, Cher and many more. If a band or musician came to town, he met them with a microphone. Barry has collected remarkable recordings of these encounters which he’s now sharing with the public. SUBSCRIBE! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | YouTube | TuneIn | Stitcher | Google Play Music | Pocketcasts | RSS

Bob Barry’s Unearthed Interviews Podcast: Corey Wells (Three Dog Night)

Paul Williams wrote “An Old-Fashioned Love Song.” Randy Neuman penned “Mamma Told Me Not to Come.” And Laura Nero wrote “Eli’s Coming.” These were just three of the big hits for Three Dog Night that were written by others. The group had 21 Billboard Top 40 hits and three of those hit no. 1 between 1969 and 1975. Their biggest hit “Joy to the World” sold 4 million records and was the no. 1 recording in 1971. I interviewed Cory Wells from the group and he talked about the band’s name origin, their success, and a million-seller in 1973 called “Shambala.”

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