Exclusive Interview #1 – Michael Bublé Talks About His Introduction To Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas”

Exclusive Interview #1 – Michael BubléTalks About His Introduction To Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” Here’s part one of our exclusive interview with Michael Buble. He, like Mariah Carey, has a huge career in music and a good portion of that is at Christmas. We talked about his early life with […]

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 […]

Radio Station Stops Playing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Over Lyrics In #MeToo World

Radio Station Stops Playing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Over Lyrics In #MeToo World Is The song too racy for 2018? One Radio station thinks so. Star 102 in Cleveland It’s a tune that’s been around since the 1940’s but time have certainly changed. Star 102 in Cleveland pulled the tune […]

INTERVIEW: Bobby Rydell On His Friendship With the Great Buddy Rich

(#2) Bobby Rydell On His Friendship With the Great Buddy Rich Bobby Rydell was a teen idol before my time. I was around but just a baby when he had hits like :Wild One” and “Volare” in 1960 and “Forget Him” three years later. All three sold a million copies. […]

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 […]