INTERVIEW – Gerry Beckley Looks Back At America’s Third Member – The Late Dan Peek

America had 11 Top 40 hits and 2 number 1 songs. Their first was 1972’s “A Horse With No Name” and then 1975’s “Sister Golden Hair.” They had seven Top 10 hits. Their most fruitful period were the seventies when they were a trio with Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell and […]

Lindsey Buckingham Fired From Fleetwood Mac

Mike Campbell of the Heartbreakers and Neil Finn of Crowded House are taking his place. A few news agencies are saying Buckingham was fired after an argument regarding their tour. Mick Fleetwood told Variety, “Fleetwood Mac has always been about an amazing collection of songs that are performed with a […]

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On All Those “H” Album Titles & Early Power Of Three Members

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley Explains Why The Bands Early Album Started with “H” This is part two of our five part series on our exclusive interview with Gerry Beckley, one of the lead voices of America. The band so far has released about 20 albums if you don’t count […]

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan Looks Back At The Eagles Early Days

INTERVIEW – Glenn Frey’s Brother Alan Looks Back At The Eagles Early Days This is part one of a five part interview with Glenn Frey’s younger brother Alan. He contacted me months ago, after watching my Randy Meisner interview and other Eagles videos, to thank me for being fair when […]

Mark & David Knopfler NOT Attending Rock Hall Of Fame Ceremony

Every years there are high hopes around the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and each years there are a few let-downs. Many fans are disappointed at word that neither Mark Knopfler or his brother David will be at the ceremony. Keyboardist Alan Clark released the following statement, “Well, here […]

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On Great George Martin Memories

INTERVIEW – America’s Gerry Beckley On Great George Martin Memories This is the first of five videos on our interview with one of the lead voices of America – Gerry Beckley. I also had a chance to do a long 90 minute interview with Dan Peek who left America in […]

Robert Lamm Says Chicago Could Go On Without Original Members

Lamm talked to Billboard magazine to promote VI Decades Live (This Is What We Do) their new four CDs and a DVD that highlights material from 1964-2014. The set features their famous 1970 Isle of Wight Festival show. Lamm says a lot of the material was thought to be inferior […]

Mike Harrison Lead Singer Of Spooky Tooth Dead at 72

This was the band that also once featured Gary Wright of “Dream Weaver” fame, the man who now runs Foreigner Mick Jones, Greg Ridley of Humble Pie, Chris Stainton who played with Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton, Henry McCullough who also played with Cocker, Wings, Roy Harper, John Hawken of […]

Beach Boys Mike Love Says His Bad Reputation Is Not Fair

There are websites set up just to throw shade on the singer. Not to mention chat and Facebook groups set up to throw large stones at him. Something is going on. Most of it started in 1966 and the Beach Boys groundbreaking album “Pet Sounds.” So many report said that […]

How “If You Leave Me Now” Changed Things For Peter Cetera In Chicago

LOST INTERVIEW – Did “If You Leave Me Now” Change Peter Cetera’s Standing In Chicago in 1976? It was released in the summer of that 1976 and it was the band’s first #1 hit. Peter Cetera Wrote and sang the tune from Chicago X. So did that improve his position […]