Daryl Dragon Of Captain & Tennille Dead At 76 – Our Tribute

Dragon Of Captain & Tennille Dead At 76 – Our Tribute January, 3, 2019 – He died of renal failure in Prescott, Arizona today with his other half of the Captain & Tennille, Toni Tennille, by his side. They met in 1971 after Toni hired him to play piano for […]

INTERVIEW #4 Jim Henman’s Honest Thoughts On April Wine’s First Album

INTERVIEW #4 Jim Henman’s Honest Thoughts On April Wine’s First Album Jim Henman is easily one of my favorite interviews from this year. You can tell he speaks with almost a wink in his eye. He’s a good example of hard times makes good people. Henman speaks with a common […]

RAY SAWYER OF DR. HOOK DEAD AT 81 – Our Tribute

RAY SAWYER OF DR. HOOK DEAD AT 81 He was one of their singers and the face of Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. He was sometimes known as the mascot of the band because of his larger than life persona. He lost his right eye in a near-fatal 1967 […]

Mike Taylor of Walk Off the Earth Has Died

Mike Taylor of Walk Off the Earth Has Died The band released the following statement, “It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved brother and band member.” The keyboardist and vocalist died in his sleep of natural causes last night. The indie band from Burlington, […]

Interview #4 Steve Hackett’s New Album Is Reaction To World Politics

https://youtu.be/gkO_cEgxiak Interview #4 – Steve Hackett’s New Album Is A Reaction to The Political World The world has changed politically and we are a divided bunch Steve Hackett got inspiration for his new album from a polarized world (Clip 001 – 2:14) We will have more of our interview with […]

interview #7 – Henry Gross on Those Big Changes in Life

Henry Gross on How Your Life Can Turn On a Dime (#7) Dec 27 Henry was one of my most enjoyable interviews. I could hang with this guy. He’s a funny deep introspective guy who’s persepoctives always made me think. We talked about how things can change real fast in […]

Interview #3: Steve Hackett Talks About Prog and the Tchaikovsky Connection

#3 – I asked Steve Hackett About Prog Fans As I’ve said on this channel Prog music fans are different. I should know I’m one of them. I knew Prog fans were clique in high school but it really hit me with the internet. Sometimes I had to earn my […]

Interview #6 – Henry Gross on “The Greatest Rock and Roll Book of The Last Ten Years”

Henry Gross: “The Greatest Book In Rock & Roll Was By Tommy James (#6) In 2010 Tommy James wrote the book “Me, the Mob, and the Music: One Helluva Ride with Tommy James & The Shondells.” Henry Gross is a fan. (Clip 021) We will have more of our interview […]

Sarah McLachlan, Straight Lines Guitarist David Sinclair Dead at 69

JULY 25, 1949 – DECEMBER 18, 2018 Guitarist David Sinclair Dead at 69 He certainly put his stamp on the history of Canadian music with a resume that included work with Bryan Adams, Prism, BTO and Sarah McLachlanamong others. Sinclair died this morning after a battle with cancer. The guitarist […]

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81 Though unknown by name to most of the general public Osborn helped shape the sound of Rock and Roll. You have heard him on many records from Simon & Garfunkel and the Mamas & the Papas. He was part of a unique […]