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Video: #Radio 501 Update 23 (30-06-2011) Arwin praat je bij.

Video: Torre Florim van De Staat voor interview in #Radio 501 Studio (19-06-2011)

Torre Florim van de band De Staat bezocht op 19 juni 2011, tijdens de Hoornse Stadsfeesten, de Radio 501 Studio voor een interview.


Video: #Radio 501 Update 22 (23-06-2011) Arwin & Mathijs praten je bij. En die Parkiet?

Nog even praten over de Hoornse Stadsfeesten. Arwin praat een woordje over de Oceaan.


2011-06-23 Buddy Whittington met Ain't got the Scratch in #Radio501 #Donderslag

Op 5 september 2011 komt het nieuwe album  String Svengali van Buddy Whittington uit.
Als laatste plaat in mijn programma draaide ik Ain't Got the Scratch

Buddy Whittington BandBuddy150Six
String Svengali

1. Back When the Beano Was Boss
2. Deadwood and Wire
3. My World Revolves Around You
4. Ain't Got the Scratch
5. I Had to Go See Alice
6. Fender Champ
7. Six Strong Romance
8.Texas Trios
9. The Put On Song
10. For Crystal Beach
11. While We're Here

All songs written by Buddy Whittington

All selections copyright and published 2011, WHITTINGTONTUNES ASCAP

Buddy Whittington – Guitar, Vocals
Wayne Six – Bass
Mike Gage – Drums

Produced, engineered and mií by Mike Gage

Booking & Management by Alan Robinson at ARM

Front cover and inside photos – Amanda Thomas
Disc Tray Photo – Hank Van Sickle
Design, Artwork and Guitar Photos – Dan England

Dedicated to the memory of Gordon Carlock

Buddy Whittingtom met Fender Stratocaster

Buddy Whittington

Buddy Whittington (born 28 December 1956, in Fort WorthTexas) is an American guitarist. He began playing the guitar inspired by his sister's records of The BeatlesRolling Stones and, in particular, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton. At the age of 14 he was already a part of the Dallas/Fort Worth music scene and playing regularly in the clubs along Jacksboro Highway. While attending high school, Buddy played in a band called "Short Change" which opened for Point Blank, a band that he would later join, replacing rhythm guitar player Kim Davis. During the early 1980s, he formed and sang with his own band "The Sidemen".[1] In 1991 they opened for John Mayall and when Coco Montoya left the Bluesbreakers in 1993, Mayall called him to take his place in the band. In Mayall's band Whittington also sings occasionally and contributes to songwriting. 2008 saw the release of his first solo album and touring in Europe with his UK based band which includes Roger Cotton on organ, Pete Stroud on Bass and Darby Todd on drums. He lives in Hurst, Texas with his family.

Buddy Whittington usually plays a 1963 Stratocaster plugged into a Dr. Z amplifier. He also plays a Lentz guitar modeled partially after the Fender Telecaster, but which is a different guitar.


Buddy Whittington named by his ex boss of 15 years as 'possibly the greatest Bluesbreaker of them all'. When the boss is John Mayall and the 'all' includes Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Mick Taylor, Walter Trout and Coco Montoya, this is no lightweight accolade.


John Mayall (links) en Buddy Whittington

2011-06-23 – #Radio501 – #Donderslag – Wat gaan we nu eten?

Vandaag maken we Zomerpasta met kip en tomaat, een hoofdgerecht voor 4 personen.

Zomerpasta met kip en tomaat


  • 300 g spaghetti 
  • 2 el olijfolie
  • 300 g kipfilet, in blokjes
  • 1 ui, in halve ringen
  • 1 puntpaprika rood, in blokjes
  • 5 trostomaten, in parten
  • 3 el citroensap (flesje 115 ml)



1. Kook de spaghetti volgens de aanwijzingen op de verpakking.

2. Verhit de olie in een koekenpan en bak de kip in ca. 3 min. goudbruin.
Voeg de ui en paprika toe en bak 5 min. mee.
Doe de tomaat erbij en bak in ca. 6 min. zacht.
Breng op smaak met het citroensap en peper en zout.

3. Giet de spaghetti af en meng met het kip-tomatenmengsel.
Verdeel de spaghetti over 4 diepe borden.
Lekker met geraspte Parmezaanse kaas.



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