Interview #2 – Lenny Zakatek Didn’t Get Much Direction From Alan Parsons

Interview #2 – Lenny Zakatek Didn’t Get Much Direction From Alan Parsons Lenny Zakatek was with the Alan Parsons Project from their second album ‘I Robot’ from 1977 until their 10th ‘Gaudi’ from 1987. He lead vocals on 12 tunes from the band. The Alan Parsons Project were famous for […]

INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero Music Promoter Bill Graham

#2 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero – Concert Promoter Bill Graham It takes many people to get an artist’s career off the ground but for Eddie Money one name stands out and he was a legendary concert promoter with a big influence on the history of Rock […]

Foreigner Set For Official Reunion With All Surviving Original Members

Foreigner leader Mick Jones announced it via a press release a few hours ago. Lou Gramm, Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood, Ian McDonald and Rick Wills will be on stage together along with the current members of the band. Original bassist Ed Gagliardi died of cancer in 2014. The reunion show […]

INTERVIEW: Jonanthan Cain on Steve Perry Leaving Journey & Rock Hall Of Fame

When he knew for Sure Steve Perry Would Not Sing At RRHOF We asked Jonathan Cain, “When did you know Steve was not going to sing at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? You address in the book that day that Steve Perry brought you and Neal Schon by […]

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Cain Was Nervous Some Journey Fans Would Not Accept Arnel Pineda

Interview Clip # 7 Jonathan Cain Was Nervous Some Journey Fans would not accept Arnel Pineda Jeff Coffey who was with Chicago for under two years told me about one fan that gave him the finger when she figured out he was not Jason Scheff. You addressed the fact that […]

Lenny Zakatek Talks Alan Parsons Project & ‘I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You’ – That First Gig At Abbey Road Studios

INTERVIEW #1 – The Story Behind Alan Parsons Project I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You This is part one of our exclusive interview with former Alan Parsons project lead singer Lenny Zakatek. Next to Alan Parsons’ partner Eric Woolfson who sang on 17 of the bands songs Zakatek was […]

INTERVIEW Toto’s Steve Porcaro Talks Africa, Weezer & Being On Jimmy Kimmel

INTERVIEW – Toto’s Steve Porcaro Talk About Weezer, Africa & Jimmy Kimmel Well this thing grew and grew. After a viral campaign from a fan the band Weezer recorded Toto’s highest charting tune “Africa’ which went to #1 in 1982. It was one of four hit singles from the multi-Grammy […]

INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Talks About His First Hit “Baby Hold On,” His New Reality TV Show & A New Album

This is part one of a seven part series of our conversation with the great Eddie Money. Since 1978 he’s had 11 Top 40 hits and “Baby Hold On’ was his very first. It was released in February 1978 two months after his self titled debut was released. Co-written by […]

INTERVIEW: That Time Steve Perry Got Sick During The Recording of Don’t Stop Believin’ and Jonathan Cain remembers meeting Journey for the first time

That Time Steve Perry Got Sick During The Recording of Don’t Stop Believin’ and Jonathan Cain remembers meeting Journey for the first time I know you knew Journey before joining since your old band The Baby’s opened up for them but take me back to first meeting the band. Do […]

INTERVIEW – Would Bill Champlin Ever Rejoin Chicago? We Had to Ask

If you watched the CNN Chicago Documentary you may have noticed the friction around former member Bill Champlin and the band. This is Rock History Music’s third interview with the singer so we thought we’d ask…Any chance of ever rejoining that band? HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE […]