Ian Anderson Thankful Jethro Tull, Like Led Zeppelin, Never Chased Hit Singles

Ian Anderson Thankful Jethro Tull, Like Led Zeppelin, Never Chased Hit Singles Jethro Tull has had only two hits singles in the U.S. “Living in the Past” in 1969 and “Bungle in the Jungle’ in 1974. They had six in the U.K. “Love Story,””Living in the Past,””Sweet Dreams,””The Witch’s Promise,””Life […]

Peter Cetera On David Foster Rejected Tunes From Chicago 16 – Interview #7

Foster might have been criticized for bringing Chicago more into a David Foster band but that first album he produced, “Chicago 16,” in 1982 reached #9 on the Billboard chart. Other than it’s follow up, “Chicago 17” two years later (also produced by Foster) which peaked at #4 it was […]

Jimi Hendrix “Didn’t Have Hits” Says The Strokes Julian Casablancas

In a new Vulture Interview the lead singer of the Strokes, who is now ready to release his second album with the group The Voids, seems lacking in music history. Casablancas, who is known for mumbling during interviews being quite liberal when it comes to pregnant pausing and mumbling during […]

Jethro Tull’s 50th Anniversary – Not About Pleasing Everyone Says Ian Anderson

The band started in 1968 and there have been many members come and go. In the end, Ian Anderson, the singer and leader of the band is still at the helm. The group is touring the world this year to celebrate their anniversary but Anderson says he knows the fans […]

Elton John Ecstatic About Kingsman Actor Taron Egerton Playing him in Biopic

It’s about time. There’s a movie on the way about Elton’s rise to fame called “Rocketman.” Twenty-eight-year-old Egerton will also sing Elton’s songs in the movie. Elton’s husband David Furnish says the singer had strong advice for the actor to not do a strict impersonation. Furnish told the Hollywood Reporter, […]

The Real Reason Linda Ronstadt Didn’t Like Her Pop Hits

There’s a great new interview with the singer from Ed Masley of The Republic. There will be a link to it in the description of this video. Ronstadt talks about the tune “You’re No Good” which was released in late 1974. It became a hit the following year. She says, […]

What’s the credibility Of Rock Hall Of Fame? Asks Judas Priest’s Richie Faulkner

Judas Priest’s Richie Faulkner: “What is the Credibility” of Rock Hall Of Fame? The guitarist has been with the band since the early 2010’s and with Priest not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame yet he’s been questioning what goes on with the organization. Judas Priest has been […]

Lost Interview: Peter Cetera On The Chicago Songs He’s Most Proud Of

On part six of our lost interview with the former lead singer of Chicago we want to share an honest clip of a guy who is asked over and over again his former band when really he just wants to move forward CLIP But he did share what Chicago songs […]

Elton John & Paul McCartney Made Too Many Albums Says Producer Steve Lillywhite

Lillywhite appearing on The Music’s latest Producer Series podcast and said, “I’m a big believer in artists who don’t clog up the airwaves with new music just because they think they must release a new album, I love Paul McCartney, I love Elton John… I think they’ve made too many […]