INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Talks About His First Hit “Baby Hold On,” His New Reality TV Show & A New Album

This is part one of a seven part series of our conversation with the great Eddie Money. Since 1978 he’s had 11 Top 40 hits and “Baby Hold On’ was his very first. It was released in February 1978 two months after his self titled debut was released. Co-written by […]

Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist & Singer Danny Kirwan Dead at 68

Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist & Singer Danny Kirwan Dead at 68 He played on albums like, ‘Then Play On’ (1969), ‘Kiln House’ (1970), ‘Future Games’ (1971), ‘Bare Trees’ (1972) Mick Fleetwood released the following statement on his Facebook page, “Today was greeted by the sad news of the passing of […]

INTERVIEW: Elliott Murphy Plays His Music On His Own Terms

INTERVIEW CLIP #1 Elliott Murphy Embraces Music On His Own Terms In the seventies I had a friend who introduced me to Elliott Murphy. I remember he said, “You should really get to know this guy…he’s the next big thing. He’s been compared to Bob Dylan” The album he lent […]

INTERVIEW: We Asked Alan White If Yes Has an Expiry Date & We Talk Topographic Oceans

Interview Clip #3 We asked Alan White If Yes Has an Expiry Date Yes are on the road with their 50th Anniversary Tour and last week we chatted with longtime drummer Alan White on how long this band will go on? White’s first album with the band was Yessongs,’ the […]

INTERVIEW: That Time Steve Perry Got Sick During The Recording of Don’t Stop Believin’ and Jonathan Cain remembers meeting Journey for the first time

That Time Steve Perry Got Sick During The Recording of Don’t Stop Believin’ and Jonathan Cain remembers meeting Journey for the first time I know you knew Journey before joining since your old band The Baby’s opened up for them but take me back to first meeting the band. Do […]

INTERVIEW – Would Bill Champlin Ever Rejoin Chicago? We Had to Ask

If you watched the CNN Chicago Documentary you may have noticed the friction around former member Bill Champlin and the band. This is Rock History Music’s third interview with the singer so we thought we’d ask…Any chance of ever rejoining that band? HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE […]

Kenny Loggins Ready For Another “Danger Zone” Tune For “Top Gun 2 – Maverick”

Kenny Loggin was cornered at LAX by TMX and admitted that there could be a new version of his famous hit “Danger Zone.’ He did say that the song would be a duet if made again with a younger male artist. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]

April Wine Co Founder Jim Henman Has No Regrets On Leaving Band

April Wine Co-Founder Has No Regrets About Leaving Before The Big Time Jim Henman goes way back with April Wine Leader Myles Goodwyn. They were both in a band called Woodies Termites in the mid-sixties in Nova Scotia, Canada. Then along with Jim’s cousin David and Ritchie Henman they formed […]

Interview #2: Alan White Talks About Tony Kaye’s Return to Yes

Interview Clip #2 Alan White of Yes Talks About His Old Friend Tony Kaye Guesting on 50th Anniversary Tour It’s a big year for Yes with their 50th Anniversary tour. A few days ago we talked to longtime drummer Alan White about Tony Kaye joining the tour. We also asked […]

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Cain – How Journey Followed Up Their Biggest Album “Escape” With “Frontiers”

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Cain – How Journey Followed Up “Escape” with “Frontiers” The Greatest Hits album has sold well over 20 Million worldwide but the big studio album was of courser “Escape” (so far it has sold 12.2 million worldwide) Cain’s first with the band. We asked him about the transition […]