Dave Bickler On That Bud Light Real Men of Genius Radio & TV Campaign

Interview Clip #9- Dave Bickler On That Bud Light Real Men of Genius Radio & TV Campaign August 6, 2019 – Dave Bickler will also go down in history as the voice of Surrender’s “Eye of the Tiger,” but he’s also been involved in a classic radio and TV campaign […]

INTERVIEW: Neal Morse on Working With Spock Beard Current Singer Ted Leonard

Interview Clip #7 – Neal Morse on Working With Spock Beard Current Singer Ted Leonard August 5, 2019 – As many of you know Neal Morse and his brother Alan formed the progressive Rock band Spocks Beard. He’s been involved in that genre for years. He left that band after […]

Larry Burnett Tells Us Why He Had To Leave The Band Firefall

Interview Clip # 4-Larry Burnett Tells Us Why He Left Firefall August 4, 2019 – Larry Burnett was half of the singer/songwriter team for most of Firefall’s first five albums until he left to get clean in the early ’80s. He shares the details. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FOR THIS […]

INTERVIEW #7: That Surreal Teaze Meeting With Mick & the Rolling Stones

INTERVIEW CLIP #7- Teaze Share Their Bizarre Experience With Mick Jagger & the Stones August 3, 2019 – One of my favorite questions to ask musicians centers around their own fan experiences but not their fans. I ask about meeting their own idols. We talk Johnny Winter, Aerosmith and Jagger, […]

Former Kinks Keyboardist Ian Gibbons Dead at 67

“To simply say Ian will be missed would be an understatement, when he auditioned for the band, he only played a few chords before I knew he was the right guy to have on keyboard, he seemed to know the right voicing to musically slot in between the other members of the band. And with the Kinks, that took some doing!” Ray Davies

Ringo Starr Says Get Ready For the Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Box Set

“I get a bit fed up, personally, with all those, like, Take 9 or Take 3, the odd takes that we didn’t put out, but that’s part of the box set and you have to do stuff like that. But I’ve always just listened to the record itself, what we put out in the ’60s or 1970, and it’s brighter.” Ringo Starr

Bernie Leadon Talks Those Famous Eagles Harmonies & Props To Henley & Meisner

Interview Clip #5- Bernie Leadon Talks Those Famous Eagles Harmonies & Props To Henley & Meisner August 2, 2019 – When you got it flaunt it – use it. The Eagles certainly knew that vocal stack was magic right from the start. This is the shortest clip we have in […]

Interview #9 – Bruce Hornsby On the Sobering Difference Between Sports & Music

Interview Clip #9- Bruce Hornsby On the Sobering Difference Between Sports & Music August 1, 2019 – When Bruce Hornsby moved to L.A and became a studio musician in the early 80’s he already knew that much of his talent would not be used for pop records but he still […]

Quiet Riots Frankie Banali On Why Drummer Get Along

Interview Clip #7- What’s With All Those Drummers Loving Each Other? We Asked Frankie Banali of Quiet Riot Juy 31, 2019 – Is it me or do all drummers have a different bond than other musicians. Sure, there’s bound to be jealousy but it’s different with drummers. Maybe they all […]

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