Huge 50th Anniversary Woodstock Music Festival Set For Summer 2019

It looks like there will be another Woodstock concert. To celebrate the classic festivals 50th Anniversary there will be a huge re-do on the same weekend and at the same spot in New York. VISIT OUR ALBUM AND BOOK PICK AT THE ROCK HISTORY BOOK STORE https://www.amazon.com/shop/rockhistorymusic HELP SUPPORT ROCK […]

Van Halen Reunion? Michael Anthony Hasn’t Spoken To Them Since 2004!

How things change in just one day. Yesterday we reported that the biggest rumour in Rock and Roll was the reunion of the original line-up of Van Halen. Now, former bassist Michael Anthony says he hasn’t spoken to the band since the 2004. VISIT OUR ALBUM AND BOOK PICK AT […]

interview #7 – Henry Gross on Those Big Changes in Life

Henry Gross on How Your Life Can Turn On a Dime (#7) Dec 27 Henry was one of my most enjoyable interviews. I could hang with this guy. He’s a funny deep introspective guy who’s persepoctives always made me think. We talked about how things can change real fast in […]

The Original Line Up Of Van Halen Getting Back Together In 2019?

Could Van Halen’s Original Line-Up Be Reuniting? I’ve been bombarded by that question today. I’ll tell you the latest and yes, I know, it’s a rumour and something we try to stay away from on the channel. With all the bad blood between guitarist Eddie Van Halen and original bassist […]

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 […]

Interview #3: Steve Hackett Talks About Prog and the Tchaikovsky Connection

#3 – I asked Steve Hackett About Prog Fans As I’ve said on this channel Prog music fans are different. I should know I’m one of them. I knew Prog fans were clique in high school but it really hit me with the internet. Sometimes I had to earn my […]

Interview #6 – Henry Gross on “The Greatest Rock and Roll Book of The Last Ten Years”

Henry Gross: “The Greatest Book In Rock & Roll Was By Tommy James (#6) In 2010 Tommy James wrote the book “Me, the Mob, and the Music: One Helluva Ride with Tommy James & The Shondells.” Henry Gross is a fan. (Clip 021) We will have more of our interview […]

Sarah McLachlan, Straight Lines Guitarist David Sinclair Dead at 69

JULY 25, 1949 – DECEMBER 18, 2018 Guitarist David Sinclair Dead at 69 He certainly put his stamp on the history of Canadian music with a resume that included work with Bryan Adams, Prism, BTO and Sarah McLachlanamong others. Sinclair died this morning after a battle with cancer. The guitarist […]

Rush’s Geddy Lee Says Neil Peart Has Quit Playing Drums Completely

Geddy Lee Says Neil Peart Has Given Up Drumming All Together The Rush bassist was on Trunk Nation on SiriusXM promoting his new book “Big Beautiful Book Of Bass” when, of course, the future of Rush came up. Lee says that he and Alex Lifeson live close to each other […]

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81

Wrecking Crew Bassist Joe Osborn, Dead at 81 Though unknown by name to most of the general public Osborn helped shape the sound of Rock and Roll. You have heard him on many records from Simon & Garfunkel and the Mamas & the Papas. He was part of a unique […]