He Felt Like Chicago’s Peter Cetera, Tubes’ Fee Waybill On David Foster Years

It’s not everyday that an artist can work with such a talented musician/producer as David Foster. for the last few decades it seemed everything he touched went gold – or platinum. When the Tubes got their chance the result were two hit albums, “The Completion Backward Principle” from 1981 and […]

Jeff “Skunk” Baxter looks back on Steely Dan’s “My Old School” – Interview

May 27, 2022 – Like Michael McDonald, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, played with both Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers. A dude needs skills to enter those rooms. We covered much real estate with Baxter. In this clip we look back at the original version of Steely Dan’s “My Old School” […]

Loverboy Singer Mike Reno – Our Entire Interview

Here is our entire interview with Mike Reno, lead singer of Loverboy.  #Loverboy #TurnMeLoose #MikeReno Check out the Podcast of the Mike Reno Interview https://www.buzzsprout.com/1741489/10503543 Go to the official Loverboy Site for concert details  https://www.loverboyband.com If you would like to donate to “Rock History Music” https://www.paypal.com/donatetoken=2sKc7g6aXigdqkJQn_43w_Q5b336MCc6bGtps07xI9n7b37SfZkrGNVK1U02ayWPTJgbwn5C0XIx44P   HELP SUPPORT ROCK […]

5 Crazy Things That Rockers Did – Part One

March 3, 2022 – Rock stars doing nutty things is nothing new. Anyone who say the movie Amadeus, loosely based on the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, will get an inkling that music makers, even classical one, can sometimes go berserk. Check out the video for 5 such instances in […]

Singer Meat Loaf Has Died, He was 74

January 21, 2022 – It’s been a tough day for rock fans with the pasing of “Bat Out Of Hell” singer Meat Loaf. Anyone growing up in the 70s was touched by that classic album that was written by Jim Steinman and produced by Todd Rundgren. Check out our tribute […]

5 Huge Musicians Who Died In Plane Crashes

January 18, 2022 – Whether you are the biggest rock star in the world or a guy who digs ditches with toothpicks the angle of death has everyone in the same file. When you’re number is up, thats it. Check out our piece on very well known acts that passed […]

Felix Cavaliere (Rascals) on Playing with The Beatles in Hamburg (1963)

Felix Cavaliere (Rascals) on Playing with The Beatles in Hamburg (1963) #Felix Cavaliere #TheBeatles #TheRascals Interview Clip #1 Go to the official Felix Cavaliere site https://www.felixcavalieremusic.com June 6, 2021 – Imagine sharing the same stage as the Beatles back in the day when North Americans hadn’t experienced Beatle-Mania yet. Felix […]

The Top American Songwriting Duos of the ‘70s

Another excellent piece written by Jason Klose​. Five of the top American songwriting teams of the 1970s. – by Jason Klose – Top American Songwriting Duos of the ‘70s Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong After scoring hit after hit in the 1960s with singles like “I Heard It Through the […]

5 Big Lead Singers Who Died Without Much Fanfare – Rock History Book – Part 2

– Solo Artists & Lead Singers Who Died Robert Palmer English singer-songwriter Robert Palmer, best known for his solo hits in the late 1970s and 1980s, died September 26, 2003, from a sudden heart attack in his hotel room in Paris, France at the age of 54. Born in Batley, […]

Joseph Williams on the Songs off Toto’s “The Seventh One”

The great Joseph Williams talks about the tunes on “Toto’s “The Seventh One”. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 OUR NEW INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT https://www.instagram.com/rockhistorymusic/ We have 4 active YouTube Channels featuring John Beaudin  Subscribe to this (RockHistoryMusic) Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChUv5CZuAuh08DfHA8klNSA?view_as=subscriber RockHistoryBook -Top 10 Rock […]