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 […]

Marmalade & Alan Parsons Project Singer Dean Ford Dead at 72

Marmalade & Alan Parsons Project Singer Dean Ford Dead at 72 A singer who had many lives in Rock and Roll has passed. His two biggest appearances were with Marmalade and the Alan Parsons Project. His daughter announced the news on Facebook saying he was “an amazing man, a gentle […]

Henry Gross Talks Bob Dylan and His Love of Classic Comedy – Interview Clip #8

Check out the video on YouTube Henry Gross Talks Bob Dylan and His Love of Classic Comedy (#8) Jan 3 As I’ve mentioned in this series before there are musicians that I’ve interviewed that I’ve found fascinating. When it came time to music growing up I liked the friends who […]

Huge 50th Anniversary Woodstock Music Festival Set For Summer 2019

It looks like there will be another Woodstock concert. To celebrate the classic festivals 50th Anniversary there will be a huge re-do on the same weekend and at the same spot in New York. VISIT OUR ALBUM AND BOOK PICK AT THE ROCK HISTORY BOOK STORE https://www.amazon.com/shop/rockhistorymusic HELP SUPPORT ROCK […]

Interview #6 – Henry Gross on “The Greatest Rock and Roll Book of The Last Ten Years”

Henry Gross: “The Greatest Book In Rock & Roll Was By Tommy James (#6) In 2010 Tommy James wrote the book “Me, the Mob, and the Music: One Helluva Ride with Tommy James & The Shondells.” Henry Gross is a fan. (Clip 021) We will have more of our interview […]

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81 Though unknown by name to most of the general public Osborn helped shape the sound of Rock and Roll. You have heard him on many records from Simon & Garfunkel and the Mamas & the Papas. He was part of a unique […]

Def Leppard, Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, Zombies, Roxy Music, The Cure In Rock Hall Class Of 2019

Def Leppard, Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, Zombies, Roxy Music, The Cure Rock Hall Class Of 2019 If it’s been 25 years since the release of your debut album an artist can be nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and this year, like most, have some pleasant surprises and […]

The Night Elton John Guitarist Caleb Quaye Found God

Elton John Guitarist Caleb Quaye Finds God With Help from Chester Thompson Of Genesis(Interview 10) Rock and Roll comes with a few major surprises including the excess of the lifestyle. Elton John’s former guitarist know all too well how thing can get out of hand. Even though I’m not a […]

Roger Daltrey: That Time He Thought He Killed Pete Townshend

Roger Daltrey On The Time He Thought He Kills Pete Townshend Daltrey’s new autobiography is called “Thanks a lot Mr Kibblewhite” When talking to CBS news Daltrey said, “I expelled me from school after giving me six shots of the cain for being a rather naughty boy. As I was […]