Elton’s Blue Moves Album, Guitarist Caleb Quaye Looks Back – Interview

Elton’s Blue Moves Album, Guitarist Caleb Quaye Looks Back – Interview. November 1, 2020 – Elton John was running out of steam by 1976 but he was easily one of the biggest music stars in history. Elton working under a handycap however was still a force to be reckoned with. […]

Interview: Hollies Drummer Bobby Elliott Talks The Beatle, George Martin, Elton & More

September 10, 2020 – Part one of our interview with Hollies drummer Bobby Elliott. In this one, he talks about their producer Ron Richards, what the Hollies would have sounded like with George Martin behind the board, Working with Elton & more. Check out Bobby’s new book & the Hollies […]

What Musicians Surprised Producer David Hentschel The Most – Fan Questions

Here are the “Fan Questions” answered by Producer David Hentschel. The “good and bad parts of being a producer” and “what artists surprised you the most.” Plus we talk about the passing of arranger, conductor Paul Buckmaster. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 […]

Zombies’ Colin Blunstone on Gus Dudgeon’s Elton John Big Chance on “She’s Not There”

Interesting story about someone getting drunk in the studio while the Zombies were recording their first single “She’s Not There” and how that gave future Elton John producer Gus Dudgeon a big chance. Zombies singer Colin Blunstone also talks about how he didn’t expect the band to last long but […]

I love talking about one of my favorite Elton John albums, “Madman Across The Water.” In this clip Former Elton guitarist, Caleb Quaye​ talks about how he felt when Davey Johnstone joined the band on “Madman.” https://youtu.be/_ZZlbeLBioMHe also chats about his new documentary, “Louder than Rock.” https://www.louderthanrock.com HELP SUPPORT ROCK […]

Elton John’s “Take Me To The Pilot” Caleb Quaye Talks About That Famous Orchestral Hook

Interview #3 Former Elton Guitarist Caleb Quaye The Orchestral Hook On “Take Me To The Pilot” by Paul Buckmaster and Produced by Gus Dudgeon. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 OUR NEW INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT https://www.instagram.com/rockhistorymusic/ We have 4 active YouTube Channels featuring John […]

Former Elton Guitarist Caleb Quaye Talks Amount Great Chemistry on Early LPs

It’s always a pleasure to talk to anyone who has worked with Elton John. Caleb Quaye​ is especially always a treat since he was there at the very beginning. Caleb was on “Empty Sky” (1969), Elton John” (1970), “Tumbleweed Connection” (1970), “Friends” soundtrack (1971), and “Madman Across the Water” (1971). […]

Writing With Bernie Taupin Was Different Says Holly Knight

Holly Knight on Writing With Bernie Taupin and How He’s Different Interview Clip # 16 With Holly Knight May 8, 2020 – Holly Knight has had a lot of songwriting partners, Mike Chapman is one of the better known but she has a chance to do some work with Elton […]

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 […]