Tall Tales in Music Mythology

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Keef’s Gray Sugar/Money For Nikki


Randy sheds some light on whether Keith Richards actually snorted a line of his dad's ashes, and Jon looks into the rumor that Dire Straits' "Money For Nothing" was actually about Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx.

Waylon Got His Gun/Sharp-Named Band


Randy recounts the story of Waylon Jennings pulling a gun in a studio, using accounts from people who have been told by the man himself. Jon questions the long-running theory that ZZ Top was named after brands of rolling papers.

Lucy In the Sky With… Acid?/Lola Vs Managerman


Randy looks at the possible lysergic inspiration behind "Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds," and Jon discusses just who drank champagne and danced all night with "Lola."