INTERVIEW: Bobby Rydell On His Friendship With the Great Buddy Rich

(#2) Bobby Rydell On His Friendship With the Great Buddy Rich Bobby Rydell was a teen idol before my time. I was around but just a baby when he had hits like :Wild One” and “Volare” in 1960 and “Forget Him” three years later. All three sold a million copies. […]

Steve Porcaro On The Secrets To Their Second Album “Hydra” – Interview #11

We talked to Toto’s Steve Porcaro for an inside look at one of the bands most adventurous album ever and some of the very interesting secrets to the making of the album. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO VIA THE LINK BELOW https://youtu.be/mS1H22vkuAM (Interview #11) Steve Porcaro On The Big Secret Behind […]

Steve Lukather Talks About Toto Not Being In The Rock Hall Of Fame

Check out the video below (15)Steve Lukather Address’ Toto Not Being In Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame I’m not going to name all the performers who are not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame yet but Toto ain’t there. I asked Toto’s Steve Lukather about it. Go […]

Caleb Quaye Reflect On Exciting Early Elton Days & What Led to Him Leaving

Check out the video below In part #8 of our interview series with former Elton John guitarist Caleb Quaye we look at the exciting early days and what led him to leave. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC https://teespring.com/stores/rock-history-music-store?page=1 John Beaudin has been in […]

Steve Lukather: All the Deaths In Rock Have Hurt – Interview #15

Check out the video below (16) Toto’s Steve Lukather Says All The Rock Deaths have Changed His Perspective on Live In 2016 we felt like we were doing an tribute/obituary at least once a week. And the two years since haven’t been much better. Steve Lukather and I talked about […]

Elliott Murphy – Why He Left America Behind For a Life In Paris – INTERVIEW #6

There certainly are no guarantees in music. It’s a tough business. The smart artists are the one who adapt to their situation. Elliott Murphy found a new life for himself in France after sales started drying up in his own country of the USA. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW INTERVIEW […]

Steve Porcaro Looks Back At Toto’s Debut Album & “Takin’ It Back’ -INTERVIEW #10

It’s always a special thing to get an inside look at the making of a debut album. Recorded between May and September of 1978 Toto’s first record featured a lot of cooks in the kitchen. Even though vocalist and keyboardist David Paich was the main force on that first project […]

Elliott Murphy Discovered a Kindred Spirit In Bruce Springsteen – INTERVIEW #5

The music business is filled with fair weather friends. Sure, you can say someone is your pal but it doesn’t mean it’s true. Singer/songwriter Elliott Murphy goes way back with two other east-coasters Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen and finds great value in their friendship. On this clip Murphy talks […]

Toto’s Steve Lukather Says Don’t Expect a Bobby Kimball Reunion

In a perfect world all musician would get along and sing with the birds chirping in the trees but like romantic relationships nothing lasts forever. Toto’s lead singer and guitarist Steve Lukather knows that some fans would love a reunion with original singer Bobby Kimball but he says that’s just […]

Caleb Quaye Looks Back At Elton John’s Rock Of The Westies/Blue Moves Band – Interview

Caleb Quaye Remember The Elton John Band From Rock of the Westies & Blue Moves (Interview 6) “Rock of the Westies” in 1975 and “Blue Moves” the following year marked the end of the heyday for Elton John in the 70’s. After the latter album Elton only had 4 Top […]