Eddie Money Was Surprised How Cool The Stones & Zeppelin Were To Hang With

#6 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Was Surprised How Cool The Stones & Zeppelin Were To Hang With They say never meet your heroes and sometimes that’s true. I’m always tempted to do a video on the rudest Rock stars I’ve ever met. It’s not a long list but at […]

Elliott Murphy Reflects On Lou Reed, Phil Collins and Tinnitus – INTERVIEW #3

#3 INTERVIEW – Elliott Murphy Had a Different Lou Reed Experience In his 2017 book “Lou Reed – a Life” author Anthony DeCurtis called Lou Reed “Witty, vicious, contradictory and brilliant.” He was certainly plugged into something wonderful but had an incredibly dark side. Singer/songwriter Elliott Murphy tells us about […]

Gentle Giant’s Derek Shulman On the Day They Fired Elton John

There’s that old cliche’, “you never know what’s around the corner.” Bad things can lead to more hard times but usually these watershed moments are roads to learning, discovery and better things in life. When a young Elton John (known by his real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight back then) was […]

April Wine Co Founder Remembers Worst Moment Ever On Stage: Jim Henman Interview

Every person in every job has that story to share that they would rather not talk about. Interestingly these little tales are too juicy not to get around. Former April Wine founder Jim Henman told us an interesting ditty on blacking out on stage in Eastern Canada. INTERVIEW #3 April […]

Dickey Betts of Allman Brothers Suffers Mild Stroke

The good news is he’s Ok. Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers suffered mild stroke. What does that mean? Well, his doctors ordered him to stay off the road for over a month. The 74-year-old guitarist had to cancel his tour via doctors orders. They are calling it “post-stroke repercussions.” […]

Here’s What I Really Did In My Bedroom In High School – Rock Wall

Privacy is important to any teenager. In the 1970’s I had the pleasure of growing up in the small town of Newcastle (now called Miramichi) New Brunswick. At night I would listen to great New York AM radio stations like WPTR in Albany and WKBW in Buffalo dreaming of someday […]

Aretha Franklin “Queen Of Soul” Dead At 76 – Our Tribute

Aretha Franklin “Queen Of Soul” Dead At 76 It was reported a few days ago  that the singer was gravely ill surrounded by family in Detroit and that she had been battling cancer since 2010. Roger Freidmann of Showbiz 411 Column, said: “Aretha is surrounded by family and people close […]

Guitarist Caleb Quaye Remembers Going Big On Elton John’s 2nd LP

Elton John’s debut album, “Empty Sky” wasn’t released in North America until 1975. It was squeezed in between his first “Greatest Hits” album and “Captain Fantastic.” Up until 1975 many North American fans thought the Elton John LP from 1970 was his debut. It didn’t help that it was self […]

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 – How Grand Funk’s Don Brewer Met ‘Some Kind Of Wonderful’ Writer John Ellison

A few months ago Don and Mel of Grand Funk finally met the guy who wrote one of their biggest hits “Some Kind of Wonderful” John Ellison who sang it in his band Soul Brothers Six in 1967. Here’s Don Brewer. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]