Ray Williams Looks Back At Elton’s “Friends” & Paul Buckmaster

March 4, 2020 – That little symphonic soundtrack album from March of 1971 with the bright pink cover still stands up today. The project showcased Elton’s synchronistic vibe with conductor Paul Buckmaster who we lost on November 7, 2017. Ray Williams looks back at Elton’s involvement in the film of […]

Ray Williams Talks Elton’s “Amoreena”, Producer Gus Dudgeon & Marc Bolan

February 26, 2020 – In the early seventies, Elton John and his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin had a back-story idea for their new song “Amoreena.” The now-classic tune from Elton’s third studio album, “Tumbleweed Connection.” CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FOR THIS STORY BELOW https://youtu.be/ghz9GqEIu8U That idea? Why not name Ray’s […]

When Ray Williams Met the Guy Who Played Him In Rocketman – Charlie Rowe

Many Elton John fans were very happy to see the details of the singers meeting with lyricist Bernie Taupin in the movie Rocketman. The man behind that historic meeting is Ray Williams who is portrayed by actor Charlie Rowe. In our exclusive interview with Williams, he shared some details on […]

Another Reason Elton Was Nervous At 1970’s Troubadour Debut Show: Interview Ray Williams

Part three of our conversation with the man who introduced Elton John to his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin – Ray Williams. This is a cool clip where Ray looks back at Elton’s famous 1970 Troubadour show in LA that introduced him to North America. As portrayed in the movie “Rocketman” […]

Could Randy Bachman Have Imagine His Rock and Roll Future?

We Asked Randy Bachman: Would Your Younger Self Believe His Future? June 8, 2019 – It’s kind of like whispering in someone’s ear, “You’re going to be President some day.” It’s too many steps, too much of a leap. Even the kids who say they’ll be President don’t really believe […]

Randy Bachman & the Excitement of Discovering His Sound In the Sixties

Interview #5 – Randy Bachman & the Excitement of Discovering His Sound In the Sixties June 4, 2019 – When you’re young you don’t know what you don’t know and that’s a good thing unless you talk to someone much older who, for whatever reason, will roll their eyes to […]

Kenny Rogers Top 10 Greatest Hits – Kenny Get Well Soon!!!

There are many rumors circulating about the health of Kenny Rogers. We do know he was in hospital so here we go The Top 10 Greatest Hits by Kenny. The Top 10 Kenny Rogers Hits – Our Tribute -10- “Through the Years” #13 from 1982 from “Share Your Love” and […]

Randy Bachman: The Best Advice He Ever Received As a Guitar Player

Randy Bachman On The Best Advice He Received As a Guitar Player INTERVIEW CLIP #9 June 1, 2019 – I remember asking a very unhealthy chain smoking radio guy advice on how to get into radio in the early seventies, “Don’t” the big guy growled at me, “You’ll never make […]

Leon Redbone: Enigmatic Singer Dies at 69 – Our Tribute

Leon Redbone Dies at 69 May 30, 2019 – He was an enigma to some and a genius to many. Leon Redbone was definitely an old soul. Even the statement released on his website made that clear. It read, “It is with heavy hearts we announce that early this morning, […]