Ian Anderson’s Trouble with “Bungle In The Jungle” & “Living in the Past”

Interview Clip #6 – Ian Anderson’s Trouble with “Bungle In The Jungle” & “Living in the Past” December 7, 2019 – VISIT OUR ALBUM AND BOOK PICKS AT THE ROCK HISTORY BOOK STORhttps://www.amazon.com/shop/rockhistorymusic HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 We have 4 active […]

Pete Townshend Said What? He’s, “Glad Keith Moon & John Entwistle Are Gone”

What? Pete Townshend Glad Keith Moon & John Entwistle Are Gone  November 26, 2019 – The guitarist says both members were “blankin’ difficult to play with.” The Who are set to release a new album on December 6th and Townshend talked to Rolling Stone magazine. On Moon and Entwistle the guitarist […]

Bernie Leadon On What Led To Don Felder Joining The Eagles

Interview Clip #18- Bernie Leadon On What Led To Don Felder Joining The Eagles November 1, 2019 – I remember my first reaction when Don Felder joined the Eagles was, “do they need another guitarist?” But his addition would expand the bands sound and I ended up being a huge […]

Interview: Will Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Work With Martin Barre Again?

October 28, 2019 – Guitarist Martin Barre joined the band Jethro Tull on their second album, “Stand Up” from 1968. He was with the group until 2012. Many fans would love a reunion between Tull leader Ian Anderson and the guitarist but that seems unlikely. We asked Anderson if there […]

How Eagles Producer Glyn Johns Tried To Create a Balance Of Power In The Band

Interview Clip #17- How Producer Glyn Johns Tried To Create a Balance Of Power In The Eagles October 25, 2019 – Glyn Johns produced the first two Eagles albums and two songs from “On The Border, their third in 1974 including their very first #1 song “Best of My Love.” […]

Toto Fans & Friends Say Goodbye…For Now – Last Show in Philadelphia Tonight

Toto Fans & Friends Say Goodbye…For Now – Last Show in Philadelphia Tonight Thanks to Keith Doxrude, Kathleen Careaga, Pamela McGinnis, Todd Snyder, Peter Burton, Amanda Dean, Bill Millard, Irene Elyssa, Shannon Edwards, Suzy Rice Wilson, Theresa Blackwell, John Marshall III, Buddy Gott, Aloha Kevin, Alex Knight, and Charles Beaudin. […]

Bernie Leadon’s Thoughts On That Huge Eagles “ Their Greatest Hits” 1971-1975

Interview #15- Bernie Leadon’s Thoughts On That Huge Eagles “ Their Greatest Hits” (1971-1975) October 11, 2019 – There seems to be a never-ending thirst for the Eagles. Bernie Leadon was part of their first four albums, leaving after “One of These Nights” in 1975. It was those first four […]

Bernie Leadon: How It Felt To Be Back With The Eagles & Favoring 4-Piece Version

Interview Clip #14-Bernie Leadon On What It Was Like To Rejoin The Eagles Favoring 4-Piece Version of the Eagles October 4, 2019 – He left in 1975 and only came back as a guest from 2013-2016 for the “History of the Eagles” tour. He was part of those first four […]

Bernie Leadon’s On Pouring That Beer On Glenn Frey’s Head & Making Amends

Interview Clip #13- Bernie Leadon’s On Pouring That Beer On Glenn Frey’s Head & Making Amends September 27, 2019 – It took years for Bernie Leadon and Glenn Frey to talk again after the beer incident. Leadon left the Eagles in 1975, would later go into recovery and then there […]

Bernie Leadon & That One Eagles Song He Sang the Most In Concert

Interview Clip #12-Bernie Leadon & That One Eagles Song He Sung the Most In Concert September 20, 2019 – It’s a tune he co-wrote with Gene Clark of the Byrds that was on their debut album from 1972. It has an interesting past with the band. Bernie Leadon talks about […]