Top 10 Roy Clark Songs – Our Tribute To Roy – RIP

On this one we pay tribute to the late Roy Clark who passed today Nov. 15, 2018. Here is our TOP 10 based on old chart position and current play on Spotify. The tunes include, Yesterday When I Was Young, Thank God and Greyhound, Come Live With Me, If I […]

Country Music Legend Roy Clark Dead at 85 – Our Tribute

A legend in Country music has passed. Roy Clark was 85-years-old. Clark was a mainstay in the genre and on television in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Country Superstar Roy Clark Dead at 85 I was a rocker in the seventies but I loved Roy Clark. Just watching him on […]

How Jim Messina Created That Loggins & Messina Team – Interview #6

6 – How Jim Messina Created That Loggins & Messina Team As we talked about in our last video Loggins and Messina was created at a time when Jim Messina wanted to retreat from a life on the road in a band but circumstances presented themselves in a different direction […]

Why Jim Messina Picked Kenny Loggins Over Dan Fogelberg – INTERVIEW

INTERVIEW CLIP #5 – Why Jim Messina Chose Kenny Loggins Over Dan Fogelberg This story is a perfect example of maybe you want something, maybe you’re sure that’s the thing to do but just maybe you don’t have the best choice is out of sight and perhaps just around the […]

INTERVIEW: How Jim Messina Left Poco After Richie Furay Friction

HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 John Beaudin has been in major market radio (Edmonton, Vancouver & Calgary) for 35 years and a music journalist since 1989. He graduated from Broadcasting school as a news man so he would have the skills to […]

INTERVIEW Jim Messina: How They Built The Band Poco In 1968

INTERVIEW #3 : Jim Messina – How they Built The Band Poco Jim Messina formed Poco with fellow Buffalo Springfield bandmate Richie Furay and Rusty Young, who guested on the last Springfield album. The band was a clear answer to the growing influence of Country/Rock. I asked Jim Messina about […]

INTERVIEW: Jim Messina On Going From Buffalo Springfield to Poco

Jim Messina Remembers The Switch from Buffalo Springfield to Poco Jim Messina is no ordinary musicians in fact being an artist is just part of what he does. He picked up the guitar at five, worked hard on his craft and by his teens he caught the bug to produce […]

Who Are We? Rock History Music – Trailer With John Beaudin

First off thanks everyone for all the support. Rock History Music has been sharing exclusive interviews and breaking music news for the past 2 1/2 years. In that time we earned 5.3 Million views on YouTube and 20,539 subscribers. Remember every interview you hear on Rock History Music is exclusive […]

Steve Perry Takes The Stage On American Idol Surprising Gabby Barrett

He sure can make an entrance. The much missed former Journey lead singer was in the audience when country singer Gabby Barrett, one of three finalist this year performed Journey’s biggest selling hit “Don’t Stop Believin’ which Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain just told makes the band 5 times more money […]

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan On Randy Meisner & the Explosion of “Hotel California”

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan On the Explosion of “Hotel California” I don’t usually talk to family members of musicians but it’s always an interesting perspective on seeing the impact that kind of fame has on a family. Frey died on January 18, 2016. He was 67. His family […]