I love talking about one of my favorite Elton John albums, “Madman Across The Water.” In this clip Former Elton guitarist, Caleb Quaye​ talks about how he felt when Davey Johnstone joined the band on “Madman.” https://youtu.be/_ZZlbeLBioMHe also chats about his new documentary, “Louder than Rock.” https://www.louderthanrock.com HELP SUPPORT ROCK […]

Drummer Jerry Marotta Talks Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes,” “Big Time,” & “Red Rain”

Another great clip from one of my favorite drummers Jerry Marotta​. In this one, we talk about his work on Peter Gabriel’s “So” album. Also, Jerry is trying to save Dreamland studios and has set up a GoFundMe page. Please help if you can https://www.gofundme.com/f/9tm96x-keep-dreamland-recording-studios-open HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK […]

The story behind two of my fav tunes on Heart’s “Dog and Butterfly.”..”Mistral Wind” and “Cook with Fire.” Roger Fisher (Lead Guitar) and his brother Mike (Manager and co-Producer on this album) are our guests. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 OUR NEW […]

David Hentschel: “There Were Definitely Two People In Charge Of Genesis” During Nursery Cryme

Cool clip with Producer David Hentschel. He talks about early friction between Peter Gabriel and Tony Banks also on Steve Hackett leaving Genesis. Also the problem he had with Audience(produced by Elton’s Gus Dudgeon) lead singer Howard Werth. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC […]

Interview – Noel McCalla, The Voice Behind Mike Rutherford’s “Smallcreeps Day”

March 5, 2020 – Noel McCalla has been one, my favorite singers, for years. It started in 1980 on that first listen to Mike Rutherford’s first solo album, “Smallcreeps Day.” The Genesis guitarist was branching out at around the same time fellow bandmates Phil Collins and Tony Banks were doing […]

Ray Williams Looks Back At Elton’s “Friends” & Paul Buckmaster

March 4, 2020 – That little symphonic soundtrack album from March of 1971 with the bright pink cover still stands up today. The project showcased Elton’s synchronistic vibe with conductor Paul Buckmaster who we lost on November 7, 2017. Ray Williams looks back at Elton’s involvement in the film of […]

What Would “Hotel California” Have Sounded Like With Bernie Leadon In The Eagles?

Interview Clip #19- What Would “Hotel California” Have Sounded Like With Bernie Leadon In The Eagles? November 8, 2019 – I’ve often thought about this and nothing against Don Felder or Joe Walsh – I love them both but what if Bernie Leadon had not left the Eagles after “One […]

Bernie Leadon’s Thoughts On That Huge Eagles “ Their Greatest Hits” 1971-1975

Interview #15- Bernie Leadon’s Thoughts On That Huge Eagles “ Their Greatest Hits” (1971-1975) October 11, 2019 – There seems to be a never-ending thirst for the Eagles. Bernie Leadon was part of their first four albums, leaving after “One of These Nights” in 1975. It was those first four […]

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 […]

Interview #11 -Bruce Hornsby Explains “The Show Goes On” & “Down The Road Tonight”

Interview Clip #11- Bruce Hornsby On the Meaning Behind Two Of His Biggest Deep Cuts August 15, 2019 – Bruce Hornsby is really a deep cuts musician. His music has always been adventurous for radio since maybe his 4-5 albums. I first asked him about two favorite album tracks first […]