Bernie Leadon Talks “Witchy Woman” & Working With Dillard and Clark

Interview #7- Bernie Leadon Talks “Witchy Woman” & Working With Dillard and Clark August 16, 2019 – Bernie Leadon has been in many important outfits. Including Dillard and Clark featuring by Gene Clark from the Byrds and banjo great Doug Dillard. Then there was his stint with the Flying Burrito […]

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 […]

Jimi Hendrix Almost Exploded Dave Bickler Old Family Station Wagon Radio

Interview Clip #10- How Jimi Hendrix Transformed Dave Bickler’s Dad’s Old Family Station Wagon August 13, 2019 – We do we talk about what I call “JFK musical moments” on this channel all the time. Hearing a song or artist for the first time which becomes frozen in time forever. […]

Bernie Leadon Talks “Desperado” -The Gamble of the Eagles Concept Album

Interview Clip #6- Bernie Leadon Look back at The Eagles Concept Album “Desperado” August 9, 2019 – The album certainly didn’t chart as well as the debut. It peaked at #41 while the debut peaked at #22. Meanwhile their last four albums, “One of These Nights,” “Hotel California,””The Long Run,” […]

Interview #10 -Does Bruce Hornsby Really Like Those “The Way It Is” Covers?

Interview Clip #10- Does Bruce Hornsby Really Like those “The Way It Is” Covers August 8, 2019 – Sometimes it’s hard to hear a cover version of a song you’ve grown to love. It must be especially hard if you’re the artist who wrote the song like one of the […]

Ringo Starr Says Get Ready For the Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Box Set

“I get a bit fed up, personally, with all those, like, Take 9 or Take 3, the odd takes that we didn’t put out, but that’s part of the box set and you have to do stuff like that. But I’ve always just listened to the record itself, what we put out in the ’60s or 1970, and it’s brighter.” Ringo Starr

Jeff Coffey & His Rockin’ Good Time With Ex-Eagles Don Felder

July 25, 2019 – It’s Jeff Coffey week on Rock History Music. Remember we premiered his new video on a few days ago. There’s a link to the video right at the top of the description of this video. Right after Jeff left Chicago in 2018 he got a gig […]

Interview #8 -How A Good Old Boy Named Bruce Hornsby’s Noisemakers (Back up Band)

Interview Clip #8- How A Good Old Boy Named Bruce Hornsby’s Noisemakers July 25, 2019 – Bruce Hornsby Backup band for the last few years have been called The Noisemakers. Though his new album is not really a Noisemakers project he gave us an interesting story on how the band […]

INTERVIEW: The Real Story Behind Firefall’s Hit “Cinderella” With Larry Burnett

Interview Clip #2- The Real Story Behind Firefalls Hit “Cinderella” With Larry Burnett July 21, 2019 – Firefall had two main singer/songwriter Rick Roberts who came from the Flying Burrito Brothers and our special guest Larry Burnett. The pair split up the tunes on most of their first five albums. […]

Bernie Leadon Talks About the First Eagles Hit “Take It Easy” and His Part In It

Interview Clip #3- What Bernie Leadon Did To “Take It Easy” The First Eagles Hit July 19, 2019 – That first twang of the guitar for the hit “Take It Easy” is instantly recognizable. It’s the first song off the first Eagles album from 1972 and the first tune from […]