Toto’s Steve Porcaro On The Importance Of Being Yourself

(INTERVIEW CLIP #6) Steve Porcaro of Toto On the Importance Of Just Being Yourself It’s part 6 of our conversation with Toto singer and keyboardist Steve Porcaro. It’s sometimes easy to forget that these artists that we all love deal with the same hills and valleys that we all do […]

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 […]

INTERVIEW: Does Bill Champlin Feel Free From Chicago?

INTERVIEW – We asked Bill Champlin if He Feels Free of Chicago? He was in the band almost 30 years. PRE-ORDER BILL CHAMPLIN & WUNDERGROUND “BLEEDING SECRETS” AT WWW.BILLCHAMPLIN.COM CHECK OUT A SAMPLE OF THESE NEW BILL CHAMPLIN ‘WUNDERGROUND’ TUNES https://soundcloud.com/tamarachamplinband/the-only-way-down-bill-champlins-wunderground https://soundcloud.com/tamarachamplinband/imaginary-friend-bill-champlin-wunderground John Beaudin has been in major market radio […]

Quincy Jones Call Beatles “Worst Musicians in the World”

Quincy Jones is not a fan of the Beatles. Speaking to Vulture he said, “they were the worst musicians in the world. They were no-playing mother$&@@$.. Paul was the worst bass player I ever heard. And Ringo? Don’t even talk about” Jones arranged “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” from Ringo’s […]

Michael Jackson “Billie Jean” Drummer Ndugu Chancler Dead at 65

First off to only call this a drummer for Michael Jackson doesn’t even touch the massive brush of his long career. He played with Gerald Wilson Big Band, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard among others. He was born Leon “Ndugu” Chancler in Shreveport, Louisiana on July 1, 1952. He […]

Hugh Masekela, South African Jazz Giant, Dead at 78

To mainstream fans he was known for his big hit, “Grazing In the Grass” which went to #1. He died today in Johannesburg after a long battle with prostate cancer. His family posted the following statement. “A loving father, brother, grandfather and friend, our hearts beat with profound loss. Hugh’s […]

Donald Fagen Describes Painful Last Meeting With A Very Ill Walter Becker

Losing a long time band-mate can be as painful as saying goodbye to ones spouse. There’s always much history there, trust, understanding, discovery etc. Donald Fagen opened up to Rolling Stone magazine about his last meeting with his, then, very sick band-mate Walter Becker who we lost on September 3rd […]

The Best Versions Of Your Favorite Christmas Classic Songs

Christmas the season when we try to make good on all the crap that happened in the last year. It’s also a hint that we live in the upside down world for at least a month when you consider fans who hate elevator music will dig the Ray Conniff singers […]

Tomi Malm Working With A-Listers Jason Scheff, Vinnie Colaiuta, Simon Phillips

Tomi Malm On The Rewards From Working With A-List Session Players All the way from Finland comes “Walkin’ On Air” the debut project from Tomi Malm a composer, arranger and producer who was known for the album, “Fly Away: The Songs of David Foster.” With “Walkin’ On Air” Malm recruited […]

R&B Singer Della Reese From ‘Touched by an Angel’ Dead at 86

She accomplished much in er life as a pop, rhythm and Blues and Jazz singer and actress with a career that spanning over six decades. Roma Downey who shared the screen with her on “Touched by an Angel” said in a statement today, “She was an incredible wife, mother, grandmother, […]