Episode 8

Rodney Justo (Roy Orbison’s Candymen/Atlanta Rhythm Section) & Andy Cahan (The Turtles/Little Richard)



Episode Synopsis

Join John and Alan as they sit down with 2 legends of the business. Multi-instrumentalist Andy Cahan, who has played with the Turtles, Jimi Hendrix, 3/4 of the Beatles, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Frank Zappa, Harry Nilsson and many more. Our other guest Rodney Justo is the original and current lead singer of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, he also toured with Roy Orbison as part of The Candymen

Andy talks about gigs with the Turtles, hanging out with Grace Slick, recording Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr in his living room, and all kinds of other odd stories including the origin of the Beatles Sgt. Pepper album title. Rodney takes us back to Doraville and the early days of ARS, as well as working with BJ Thomas and Buddy Buie, as well as his own story about Paul McCartney, and we talk about the nicest man in show business, Roy Orbison.  Enjoy.

Photos Of Our Guests

Rodney Justo

Andy Cahan

Audio & Videos Of Our Guests

Rodney Justo

Rodney with The Atlanta Rhythm Section – 2018

Rodney Singing with Original Bass Player Paul Goddard & Original Guitar Player J. R. Cobb

Imaginary Lover – Atlanta Rhythm Section (Rodney Mix)

So Into You – Atlanta Rhythm Section (Rodney Mix)

Stormy – Noah’s Ark (Featuring Rodney)

Dixie Fried – Beaverteeth

Celebration (Clip) – Kool & The Gang at Loessfest 2016 (with Rodney)

Miss Brown (1964) – Rodney Justo (Produced by Roy Orbison)

Stormy – Noah’s Ark (Featuring Rodney)

Tell Her That You Care – Rodney Justo (1964)


Andy Cahan

Andy Performing Daydream Believer with The Turtles at B.R. Cohn Music Festival (2012)

Andy Performing It Ain’t Me Babe with The Turtles at Va Beach (2012)

Hold Me – Snarfel Hamana

I Don’t Play – Johnny Farfisa

If It’s Not One Thing – Geronimo Black

Happy Together – Andy with Lenny Goldsmith & The New Old

Go Away Boy – The Honeys (Andy on Piano)

The Sky Is Falling – Snarfel Hamana