Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks, Todd Rundgren Nominated For Rock Hall Of Fame

Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks, Todd Rundgren Nominated For Rock Hall Of Fame The class of 2019 nominations have been announced and the list also includes Janet Jackson, Rage Against the Machine, Radiohead, Devo, John Prine, Roxy Music and Todd Rundgren. Kraftwerk, LL Cool J, the MC5, the Cure, Rufus & […]

K.K. Downing Left Judas Priest Over Non-Activity & Imbalance

K.K. Downing Left Judas Priest Over Non-Activity & Imbalance It sounds like he was getting bored as some of his band-mates were out doing solo albums and tours. His new book, “Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest” is coming out shortly and VintageRock.com asked if writing the book […]

The Late Malcolm Young Will Be on The New AC/DC Album

As we are losing many of our Rock and Pop heroes there’s always a bit of hope here and there. Even after losing Malcolm Young AC/DC have found a way to bring him back from the dead via some old recordings from the vaults. Music that was certainly AC/DC but […]

Moxy’s Earl Johnson Explains Their Big Following In Texas

Moxy’s Early Johnson explains their Huge Following In Texas (clip 3) I remember in the mid-seventies we would talk about Moxy’s “Texas Craze” Here was a band still trying to make a name for themselves in Canada but were treated like superstars in one state – Texas. 009 (2:48) Check […]

Earl Johnson Says The Drama Continued On Moxy II

Earl Johnson Says Band Drama Continued with Moxy II (Clip 2) In our last clip we talked to Earl Johnson about the his disappointment with the band replacing him on the guitar leads on more than half of their debut album. That one was recorded in 73/74 and released the […]

Earl Johnson Of Moxy Explains Being Replaced By Tommy Bolin On Debut LP

Earl Johnson Of Moxy Explains Being Replaced By Tommy Bolin On Debut LP (Interview clip #1) In the mid-seventies Moxy was an up-and-coming force in hard rock in Canada and were starting to make inroads in the U.S. I bought their self title debut album which is sometimes called “The […]

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 […]

Vinnie Paul, Legendary Drummer for Pantera & Damageplan, Dead at 54

Vinnie Paul, Legendary Drummer for Pantera & Damageplan, Dead at 54 This came as a big surprise for many metal fans. The following statement was released last night, “Vincent Paul Abbott aka Vinnie Paul has passed away,” reads a statement on the Pantera Facebook page. “Paul is best known for […]

Deep Purple & Judas Priest Set For Summer Co Headline Tour Plus We look at Other 2018 Rock Pairings

Deep Purple & Judas Priest Set For Summer Co-Headline Tour Tickets for this North American tour go on sale this Friday April 27th at LiveNation.com but since Citi is the official pre-sale credit card their offering pre-sale tomorrow Tuesday the 24th. The tour kick off August 21 in Cincinnati, OH […]