Fan Vote: “Top 40 Elton John Songs of The Seventies”

After over 20,000 votes we are finally ready to release our intensive “Top 40 Elton John Songs of The Seventies” Thanks for everyone who voted. VISIT OUR ALBUM AND BOOK PICK AT THE ROCK HISTORY BOOK STOR https://www.amazon.com/shop/rockhistorymusic HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC […]

Peter Frampton Battling Degenerative Disease Forcing Farewell Tour

Soon there will be no more Frampton Comes Alive! It seems weird to say that out loud. No more Frampton live? He was the concert guy..as good as his songs were on record he always sounded better in concert. To be fair most fans heard the live versions first since […]

Interview #7 – You Wouldn’t Believe What Album Steve Hackett Bought First in the Early 60’s

Interview Clip #7 – Steve Hackett’s First Album Purchase Might Surprise You I’ve said it before on this channel, the first album I ever bought was Elton John’s “Madman Across the Water.” Whenever I met someone I ask almost everyone about theirs. (Clip 013) Steve Hackett’s new album is called […]

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: 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 […]

Doobie Brothers Looking At More Full Album Shows

The Doobie Brothers Could be searching deeper next year with “whole album” performances. Their lead singer had a few thing to say about 2019. The Doobie Brothers Looking At More Full Album Shows The band just wrapped up their 2018 tour dates at the Beacon Theatre in New York City […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ian Beck Talks About the Reaction to the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Album Cover

Ian Beck Talks About the Reaction to the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Cover (2) November 10, 208 – 6:00 MSD – Ian Beck has had a long career as an painter, Children’s Illustrator and author. He’s also responsible for one of the most iconic album covers of all time – […]

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew On 1975 & The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew Remembers The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts (#2) Nazareth was a big band before 1975 but the “Hair of the Dog” album with the title song and “Love Hurts” changed things. Pete Agnew and I talked about that. (Clip 008) Nazareth has just […]