Was There Competition Between Elton’s Guitarist’s Caleb Quaye & Davey Johnstone?

Was There Competition Between Elton Guitarist’s Caleb Quaye & Davey Johnstone? (Interview #4) Davey Johnstone is Elton John’s longest lasting band member. He joined on “Madman Across The Water” in 1971. He was on every full Elton John studio albums from the 70’s except his disco album “Victim Of Love” […]

Eddie Money On Managing Sobriety When His Fans Still Want To Party

#5 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money On the Struggles Of Sobriety & Fans Wanting To Party With Him This is part five of a seven part conversation with Eddie Money. He has been sober for about 10 years. He talks about his partying days quite opening HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY […]

Neal Schon Calls Steve Perry “A Once In a Lifetime Singer” & Talks Solo Album

Neal Schon Calls Steve Perry “A Once-In-a-Lifetime Singer” Ed Masley of AZCentral.com released a great interview with Journey’s Neal Schon today. (We will have links to it in the description of this video) First off Schon talks about the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame induction and how he went […]

Why Jim Messina Picked Kenny Loggins Over Dan Fogelberg – INTERVIEW

INTERVIEW CLIP #5 – Why Jim Messina Chose Kenny Loggins Over Dan Fogelberg This story is a perfect example of maybe you want something, maybe you’re sure that’s the thing to do but just maybe you don’t have the best choice is out of sight and perhaps just around the […]

Supertramp’s Rick Davies On The Mend Performs With Old Bandmates

  Supertramp’s Rick Davies On The Mend Performs With Old Band-mates. We talked to one of the worlds top Supertramp Archivist David Mendenhall about that recent picture of Rick Davies’ band Ricky and the Rockets getting together for a show in Long Island, New York. The band consists of a […]

K.K. Downing Left Judas Priest Over Non-Activity & Imbalance

K.K. Downing Left Judas Priest Over Non-Activity & Imbalance It sounds like he was getting bored as some of his band-mates were out doing solo albums and tours. His new book, “Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest” is coming out shortly and VintageRock.com asked if writing the book […]

The Late Malcolm Young Will Be on The New AC/DC Album

As we are losing many of our Rock and Pop heroes there’s always a bit of hope here and there. Even after losing Malcolm Young AC/DC have found a way to bring him back from the dead via some old recordings from the vaults. Music that was certainly AC/DC but […]

Toto Fans Around The World Wish Steve Porcaro Happy Birthday

We missed out last year on giving Toto’s Steve Porcaro his special 60th birthday greeting so we thought we would catch up this time around on his 61st. We asked Toto fans from around the world to send Steve special messages to help him celebrate. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK […]

Big Chicago Reunion with Jason Scheff, Bill Champlin & Danny Seraphine

Chicago fans were pumped last night when three big former members got on stage together and to add icing to the cake former member of the doors also joined them! Great reunion in rock and roll are rare – this was certainly one of them! Big Chicago Reunion with Jason […]

Alan Parsons Announces New Album For Early 2019

It’s not an Alan Parsons Project album but it’s pretty close. Parsons told Prog magazine this week to expect a new solo album from him in early 2019. He says the theme will be a familiar one to his longtime fans – Orchestral rock/prog. Alan Parsons Announces New Album For […]