Toto’s Steve Porcaro On The Importance Of Being Yourself

(INTERVIEW CLIP #6) Steve Porcaro of Toto On the Importance Of Just Being Yourself It’s part 6 of our conversation with Toto singer and keyboardist Steve Porcaro. It’s sometimes easy to forget that these artists that we all love deal with the same hills and valleys that we all do […]

Moxy’s Earl Johnson Explains Their Big Following In Texas

Moxy’s Early Johnson explains their Huge Following In Texas (clip 3) I remember in the mid-seventies we would talk about Moxy’s “Texas Craze” Here was a band still trying to make a name for themselves in Canada but were treated like superstars in one state – Texas. 009 (2:48) Check […]

Toto Fans Gather To Send “Get Well Video Wishes” To David Paich

Toto Fans Send Lots Of Love To David Paich Toto’s “40 Trips Around The Sun” tour continues in Vancouver on Monday Night (I will be there). The fans are pumped but they’re also thinking of Toto’s maestro David Paich who is sitting out of this tour. The band said in […]

Earl Johnson Says The Drama Continued On Moxy II

Earl Johnson Says Band Drama Continued with Moxy II (Clip 2) In our last clip we talked to Earl Johnson about the his disappointment with the band replacing him on the guitar leads on more than half of their debut album. That one was recorded in 73/74 and released the […]

Go Go’s Argue Their Case For Induction Into Rock Hall Of Fame

The Go Go’s Hit Broadway & Look Back At Some Drama The Go Go’s have come to broadways with a new musical called “Head Over Heels” set in the Elizabethan era. The band started in 1978. One of the most successful female band in the history of Rock and Roll. […]

Billy Joel Says He Could Throw 25% Of His Songs Out and Not Miss Them 

Anthony Mason from CBS Sunday Morning talked to the piano man about his 100th concert at Madison Square Garden. Every show was sold out adding up to 2 million tickets. Bruce Springsteen was the special guest on the 100th show this past week. He says he remembers the first night he played […]

Earl Johnson Of Moxy Explains Being Replaced By Tommy Bolin On Debut LP

Earl Johnson Of Moxy Explains Being Replaced By Tommy Bolin On Debut LP (Interview clip #1) In the mid-seventies Moxy was an up-and-coming force in hard rock in Canada and were starting to make inroads in the U.S. I bought their self title debut album which is sometimes called “The […]

INTERVIEW: Jim Messina On Going From Buffalo Springfield to Poco

Jim Messina Remembers The Switch from Buffalo Springfield to Poco Jim Messina is no ordinary musicians in fact being an artist is just part of what he does. He picked up the guitar at five, worked hard on his craft and by his teens he caught the bug to produce […]