INTERVIEW – We Asked Glenn Frey’s Younger Brother Alan About Their Relationship

This is part two of our five-parter on our conversations with Glenn’s younger brother Alan. His relationship with his older brother was similar to mine. We both lost our older sibling and had our fair share of ups and downs but overall Alan says there was a real bond there. […]

INTERVIEW – Jeff Coffey Explains His Early Exit From Chicago

Check out part one of our exclusive interview with Chicago’s former lead singer Jeff Coffey. CHECK OUT JEFF COFFEY’S FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/JeffCoffeyMu… Jeff’s website https://www.jeffcoffey.com/ Jeff’s YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/jeffcoffey/videos John Beaudin has been in major market radio (Edmonton, Vancouver & Calgary) for 35 years and a music journalist since 1989. […]

Ian Anderson On Jethro Tull’s Joy of Curiosity & Flute Friend James Galway

The band Jethro Tull has always been filled with a bunch of adventurous chaps. At the center of that was their leader Ian Anderson who is the only original member of left from the group. I asked Anderson about that sense of adventure and did he have it because, in […]

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On All Those “H” Album Titles & Early Power Of Three Members

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley Explains Why The Bands Early Album Started with “H” This is part two of our five part series on our exclusive interview with Gerry Beckley, one of the lead voices of America. The band so far has released about 20 albums if you don’t count […]

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan Looks Back At The Eagles Early Days

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan Looks Back At The Eagles Early Days This is part one of a five part interview with Glenn Frey’s younger brother Alan. He contacted me months ago, after watching my Randy Meisner interview and other Eagles videos, to thank me for being fair when […]

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 […]

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On Great George Martin Memories

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On Great George Martin Memories This is the first of five videos on our interview with one of the lead voices of America – Gerry Beckley. I also had a chance to do a long 90 minute interview with Dan Peek who left America in […]

INTERVIEW: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson: Songwriting Was “Born Out Of Sheer Boredom”

It’s been 50 years for the band Jethro Tull and the band is celebrating with a worldwide tour. I talked to leader Ian Anderson recently about what kept him motivated for all those years. Sure there have been tons of great musicians come and go from the band but how […]

How “If You Leave Me Now” Changed Things For Peter Cetera In Chicago

LOST INTERVIEW – Did “If You Leave Me Now” Change Peter Cetera’s Standing In Chicago in 1976? It was released in the summer of that 1976 and it was the band’s first #1 hit. Peter Cetera Wrote and sang the tune from Chicago X. So did that improve his position […]

Ian Anderson Thankful Jethro Tull, Like Led Zeppelin, Never Chased Hit Singles

Ian Anderson Thankful Jethro Tull, Like Led Zeppelin, Never Chased Hit Singles Jethro Tull has had only two hits singles in the U.S. “Living in the Past” in 1969 and “Bungle in the Jungle’ in 1974. They had six in the U.K. “Love Story,””Living in the Past,””Sweet Dreams,””The Witch’s Promise,””Life […]