Interview: Steve Hackett Talks About Performing Selling England By The Pound in its Entirety

Interview Clip #1 – Steve Hackett Excited About Performing Selling England By The Pound I was very excited about talking to the former Genesis guitarist again, this time promoting his 26th solo album, “At the Edge of Light” which is being released on January 25, 2019. His concert plans for […]

The Night Elton John Guitarist Caleb Quaye Found God

Elton John Guitarist Caleb Quaye Finds God With Help from Chester Thompson Of Genesis(Interview 10) Rock and Roll comes with a few major surprises including the excess of the lifestyle. Elton John’s former guitarist know all too well how thing can get out of hand. Even though I’m not a […]

Darby Mills Finding Strength After The Headpins

Darby Mills Finding Strength After The Headpins (Interview clips #2) She joined the Headpins in the early 80’s and quickly got a reputation as one of the strongest Rock singers in Canada. She recently left the band, for a second time. (Clip 009) (Clip 006) Leaving the Headpins came up […]

Darby Mills on Her Tough Intro & Exit From The Headpins – Interview #1

Darby Mills On the Beginning of the Headpins and Her Exit (#1) Darby Mills is the real deal in rock. They don’t call you the “Queen of Scream” for nothing. As the lead singer for the Headpins they came out of the gate in the early 80’s selling 600 thousand […]

Bobby Rydell On Hearing his First Hit “Kissin’ Time” on the Radio (Interview #5)

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE https://youtu.be/AKS0oV4DUBI (Interview Clip #5) Bobby Rydell On Hearing his First Hit “Kissin’ Time” on the Radio He was only 17 when he had his first hit with “Kissin’ Time’ in 1959. He would go on to have 19 Top 40 hits including “Wild One” from 1960, […]

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Illustrator Has Never Met Elton John

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Illustrator Has Never Met Elton John (4) “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” was the second album I ever bought. The First was Elton’s “Madman Across The Water.” There was a lot of real estate on this album. The inside gatefold was amazingly done David Larkham, Michael Ross […]

Henry Gross Schools Us On Comedy (Interview #4)

Henry Gross Schools Us On Comedy (Interview #4) I first asked Henry Gross for an interview almost two years ago. He sang one of my favorite ballads from the seventies, “Shannon.” I like the song so much I wanted to name my first born Shannon. When I met my second […]

Pete Agnew (Interview) On Nazareth’s Need To Reinvent Their Covers

CLICK ON THE VIDEO https://youtu.be/d2B4aSBmb8s Nazareth’s Pete Agnew On Love For joni Mitchell & “This Flight Tonight” (#4) Nazareth wrote most of their own songs there were a lot of retooled covers like Leon Russell’s “Alcatraz” and “Vigilante Man” by Woody Guthrie from 1973’s “Razamanaz.” They did Randy Newman’s “Guilty” […]

Three Philly Teen Idols and Great Friends – Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon & Fabian (Interview #3)

https://youtu.be/xSQ3nfqtWQ4   (interview #3) Three Philly Teen Idols and Great Friends – Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon & Fabian Between these three Philadelphia boys there were 37 hits on the US Top 40 charts. Fabian with seven, Frankie Avalon with eleven and Bobby Rydell at 19. There must have been something […]

Why Ian Beck Turned Down the Who’s Quadrophenia Album Cover

Was it one of those projects that got away? Everyone has at least half a dozen of those. Elton John Illustrator explains why he had to pass on the Who’s classic concept album “Quadrophenia.” Why Ian Beck Turned Down the Who’s Quadrophenia Album Cover (3) Click on this link for […]