Rob Halford of Judas Priest Reads His Rock Hall Of Fame Rejection Letter Live On Air

It was a letter from Greg Harris, President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. One fan online described the letter as “You stink but we’ll let you through the doors” Halford was at the Phoenix radio station 100.7 KSLX talking about the inductees Front-man says his […]

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 […]

Rock Hall of Fame Class 2018 Includes Bon Jovi, Cars, Moody Blues, Dire Straits

Bon Jovi, Nina Simone, The Cars, The Moody Blues and Dire Straits and Sister Rosetta Tharpe are set to be inducted for the class of 2018. The rejected list includes Judas Priest, Radiohead, Kate Bush, Rage Against The Machine, Depeche Mode, Eurythmics, MC5 and LL Cool J.. John Beaudin has […]

10 Christmas Rock Songs That We Love with John Beaudin

Dokken – Santa Clause Is Coning To Town There’s a great rock driving riff on this one and at times it might be easy to forget that it is indeed a Christmas song. As one fans said on YouTube Rockin’ to Dokken at Christmas. John Levin on guitar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLp-DCKYtt8 Halford […]

Three Dog Night’s Chuck Negron: What Would He Change?

Three Dog Night’s Chuck Negron Gives His Younger Self Some Advice One of the biggest cliche’s in life is “hindsight is 20/20. We all make huge mistakes in life it’s inevitable and another big cliche is “all those things in my life brought me here.” Former Three Dog Night singer […]

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 […]

Anthony Phillips and What He Would Have Changed Looking Back At Genesis

It’s a questions I ask most artists that I talk to – knowing what you know now what would you have whispered in the ear of your 18 year old self? Anthony Phillips left Genesis after only two albums with the band. He felt that there were too many cooks […]

Kenny Passarelli: The Big Money Came From Working With Elton John

Here Kenny talks about the money he made with Joe Walsh, Stephen Still and Elton John. How the breakup of that version of the Elton John band was so hard on drummer Roger Pope who died in 2013. Also he chats about touring with Hall & Oates before they really […]

Don Henley On Deacon Frey’s Future With The Eagles

Could the Eagles have continued without the help of Deacon Frey? No according to Henley. The singer/drummer told Rolling Stone magazine they needed “family blood’ to keep the Eagles’ spirit alive. So is there a specific time on how long Deacon will be in the Eagles? Henley said, the “wonderful […]