Paul Metsa’s Wall of Power will bring together music, entertainment, and cool people from all walks of life.
Wall of Power Radio Hour – November 21, 2020
Paul had an incredible interview with musician Walt Rabideau, a rock and roller who started his career in Tomorrow’s Children, a band that started in Paul’s hometown of Virginia, MN in 1966. Walt tells the tale of his start with the Tomorrow’s Children, their gigs and recording 3 singles, before Walt moved to Haight Ashbury…
Wall of Power Radio Hour – November 7, 2020
We had a great conversation with Stacey Marmolejo, CEO of School of Rock (based in Eden Prairie.) We chatted about how she discovered the School of Rock and bought and brought a franchise to Minnesota. She explains the various aspects of the school, talks about the hundreds of students that have studied there, and all…
Wall of Power Radio Hour – October 31, 2020
We had another great interview with Mr. Charles Pierce, the astute political pundit for Esquire.com. We chatted about the upcoming election along with musical stories as well.
Wall Of Power Radio Hour – October 24 2020
I take the liberty of giving AM 950 listeners and Wall of Power Radio Hour fans an upcoming preview of the rerelease of my 1992 disc Whistling Past the Graveyard. It was procuded by Bucky Baxter (Bob Dylan, Steve Earle) who also played on it. It also features Garry Tallent (Bruce Springsteeen) and George Marinelli…
Wall of Power Radio Hour – October 17, 2020
We had an amazing conversation with Northfield, MN native and Country Western star Johnny Western. Johnny grew up in southern MN, had his own radio and TV show at 17 yrs. of age. He put out 3 singles before he left for Holywood, California in 1954 at age 20. That began an amazing career in…
Wall of Power Radio Hour – October 3, 2020
We had an incredibly fun chat with 93 year old songwriter and raconteur Mr. Eddie Pleasant. Eddie is a great songwriter who has had songs recorded by Kitty Wells, Faron Young, Lefty Frizell, Hank Williams Jr., and Hank Williams 3rd. We chatted about his life in music (he played the same Texas clubs that Willie…