Caleb Quaye Looks Back At Elton John’s Rock Of The Westies/Blue Moves Band – Interview

Caleb Quaye Remember The Elton John Band From Rock of the Westies & Blue Moves (Interview 6) “Rock of the Westies” in 1975 and “Blue Moves” the following year marked the end of the heyday for Elton John in the 70’s. After the latter album Elton only had 4 Top […]

How Eddie Money Felt About Being Marketed as Ex-Cop In the 70’s – Interview #7

INTERVIEW CLIP #7 – INTERVIEW – How Eddie Money Felt About Being Marketed as Ex-Cop In the 70’s In late 1977 when Eddie Money self titled debut came out I found it hard to believe that this guy worked in the police department. He kind looked like a guy who […]

Toto’s Steve Lukather Opens Up About His Autistic Son – Interview #13

Autism is certainly not a rare word anymore. Everyone has been touched by this disease. Everyone knows at least one story. Toto’s Steve Lukather shared his own story. His son Bodhi has autism. (Interview clip #13) Steve Lukather Opens Up About His Autistic Son My wife and I have a […]

Ann Wilson Says a Heart Reunion Is Possible

Ann Wilson Says a Heart Reunion Is Possible September 13, 2018 – Tomorrow Wilson will release her new album, “Immortal” tomorrow. The singer was on the Jim Kerr show of New York’s Q104.3. When asked about the future of Heart Ann said, “Just about everyone I’ve talked to today has […]

It’s Official Motley Crue Are Recording New Music – Breaking Music News

It’s been a tough 2 weeks for man Motley Crue fans. First news broke that bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee were in the studio with one of their former producers Bob Rock and then the speculation began. Was it just them playing together? Was it the start of […]

Eddie Money Was Surprised How Cool The Stones & Zeppelin Were To Hang With

#6 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Was Surprised How Cool The Stones & Zeppelin Were To Hang With They say never meet your heroes and sometimes that’s true. I’m always tempted to do a video on the rudest Rock stars I’ve ever met. It’s not a long list but at […]

Gentle Giant’s Derek Shulman On the Day They Fired Elton John

There’s that old cliche’, “you never know what’s around the corner.” Bad things can lead to more hard times but usually these watershed moments are roads to learning, discovery and better things in life. When a young Elton John (known by his real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight back then) was […]

Toto’s Steve Porcaro & Steve Lukather On Meeting Your Heroes On the Wrong Day

(12)Toto’s Steve Lukather & Steve Porcaro Talk About Chance Bad Fan Meetings I’ve interviewed a lot of musicians in 35 years in radio. Almost everyone has been really cool. A few were rude when that would happen I would ask colleagues if they had the same experience with that person […]

April Wine Co Founder Remembers Worst Moment Ever On Stage: Jim Henman Interview

Every person in every job has that story to share that they would rather not talk about. Interestingly these little tales are too juicy not to get around. Former April Wine founder Jim Henman told us an interesting ditty on blacking out on stage in Eastern Canada. INTERVIEW #3 April […]