INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero Music Promoter Bill Graham

#2 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero – Concert Promoter Bill Graham It takes many people to get an artist’s career off the ground but for Eddie Money one name stands out and he was a legendary concert promoter with a big influence on the history of Rock […]

INTERVIEW: Working With John Lennon: What Alan White Wished He Knew Then..We talk “Imagine” and “Instant Karma”

Interview Clip #4 Working With John Lennon What Alan White Wished He Knew Then It’s a big year for Yes with their 50th Anniversary tour. A few days ago we talked to longtime drummer Alan White who worked with John Lennon and George Harrison before Joining Yes. We asked him […]

Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist & Singer Danny Kirwan Dead at 68

Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist & Singer Danny Kirwan Dead at 68 He played on albums like, ‘Then Play On’ (1969), ‘Kiln House’ (1970), ‘Future Games’ (1971), ‘Bare Trees’ (1972) Mick Fleetwood released the following statement on his Facebook page, “Today was greeted by the sad news of the passing of […]

April Wine Co Founder Jim Henman Has No Regrets On Leaving Band

April Wine Co-Founder Has No Regrets About Leaving Before The Big Time Jim Henman goes way back with April Wine Leader Myles Goodwyn. They were both in a band called Woodies Termites in the mid-sixties in Nova Scotia, Canada. Then along with Jim’s cousin David and Ritchie Henman they formed […]

Grand Funk’s Mark Farner Remembers Being Starstruck by Jimi Hendrix

#5 – INTERVIEW – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner Remember Jimi Hendrix This is part 5 of our 12 part series on Grand Funk featuring both drummer/vocalist Don Brewer and original singer/guitarist Mark Farner who has been out of the band since the late 90’s. If you know our channel you […]

Interview: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on Guts Vs Talent In The Early Days

Did Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Have More Bravery Than Talent In the Beginning? Anderson has always been transparent about his early skills on the flute as he was learning the instrument as the band was growing. I asked him if he had more guts than chops back then? (Clip 009) […]

Soul Singer Yvonne Staples of the Staple Singers Dead at 80

She passed away at her home in Chicago, Illinois. Staples performed on hits including “Respect Yourself,” “I’ll Take You There” and “Let’s Do It Again.” The latter two went to #1. She joined the family band after her brother Pervis was drafted into the army. They actually started in the […]

Interview: Ian Anderson Explains Jethro Tull’s Shortest Song – The Gorgeous “Grace”

“Thick As A Brick” is this monumental single piece that was split in two for the vinyl era. It’s over 43 minutes and it’s a journey. It went to #1 in the U.S. and #5 in the U.K. That was 1972. It’s Jethro Tull’s longest song but when I talked […]

Mike Harrison Lead Singer Of Spooky Tooth Dead at 72

This was the band that also once featured Gary Wright of “Dream Weaver” fame, the man who now runs Foreigner Mick Jones, Greg Ridley of Humble Pie, Chris Stainton who played with Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton, Henry McCullough who also played with Cocker, Wings, Roy Harper, John Hawken of […]

Sir Paul McCartney Pays Tribute To John Lennon At New York City March for Our Lives

Today the famous Beatles singer joined the crowd in solidarity with protesters against Gun violence. He told a CNN reporter: “As you know, one of my best friends was shot not far from here. ‘It is important to me,” Lennon was murdered on December 8, 1980 in front of his […]