Our Last Eddie Money Interview Part 1 – That Voice, Bill Graham, New CD

Our Last Eddie Money Interview Part 1 – That Voice, Bill Graham, New CD September 13, 2019 – In this section, Eddie talks about his reality TV show on AXS, at what age he knew he could sing, his new CD and working with his old manager – the late […]

Eddie Money Dead at 70 – Tribute & Our Last Interview

Eddie Money Dead at 70 – Tribute & Our Last Interview September 13, 2019 – We lost Eddie. He was one of my favorite interviews from last year. He had a powerful discography. 11 top 40 hits from 1978-1991. His biggest hit was “Take Me Home Tonight” from 1986 featuring […]

Kelly Jay of Crowbar Fame Has Died

Kelly Jay of Crowbar Fame Has Died June 21, 2019 – He was the big man in the band. Crowbar, who were best known for their hit, “Oh, What a Feeling,” were based out of Hamilton. Jay(aka Blake Fordham) suffered a stroke a few days ago and at that point […]

The Idea Of A Led Zeppelin Reunion Gives Robert Plant Hives

The Idea Of a Led Zeppelin Reunion Gives Robert Plant Hives May 15, 2019 – Well here is further​ info that Zeppelin is not getting back together. Robert Plant told Planet Rock that he was inspired to do the O2 London reunion show from Pink Floyd, he said, “I liked […]

First Ever Official Led Zeppelin Documentary Is On the Way

The First Ever Official Led Zeppelin Documentary Is On the Way May 8, 2019 – Coenciding with the bands 50th annivrsary Bernard MacMahon who did the roots music series American Epic will spearhead the project. Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones said, “The time was right for us to tell our […]

Massive Woodstock 38-Disc Box Set For 50th Anniversary In August

May 8, 2019 – This will be the motherload of box sets and, believe it or not, will include every act from the classic Festival for the first time. We’re going back to the garden with a Peterbilt and picking up the pieces. This is timely since after the big […]

Atlanta Rhythm Section & Classics IV Co-Founder​ J R Cobb Dead At 75

Atlanta Rhythm Section & Classics IV Co-Founder J.R. Cobb Dead At 75 James Barney “J. R.” Cobb Jr. Died of a heart attack this past Saturday (May 4, 2019). The guitarist was a member of two big top 40 bands. First, the Classics IV – Cobb would co-write their three […]

Pete Agnew Of Nazareth and His High Praise for Rory Gallagher

https://youtu.be/LnCYYXSV9_c Pete Agnew Of Nazareth and His High Praise for Rory Gallagher There is a side of rock and roll that I ask all artists about – the friendships they’ve made while recording and touring. Just because you’re in a band with someone that doesn’t mean they are your best […]

Engineer:Producer Glyn Johns Says Mick Jagger & George Harrison Disliked Zeppelin I

Famous Engineer/Producer Glyn Johns Says Neither Mick Jagger or George Harrison Liked Zeppelin I The Beatles’ George Harrison thought Led Zeppelin’s debut album was awful and Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones didn’t like it either according to engineer/producer Glyn Johns Ultimate-Guitar (who transcribed the interview) and Alternative Nation (who […]

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 […]