INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero Music Promoter Bill Graham

#2 – INTERVIEW – Eddie Money Remembers His Hero – Concert Promoter Bill Graham It takes many people to get an artist’s career off the ground but for Eddie Money one name stands out and he was a legendary concert promoter with a big influence on the history of Rock […]

INTERVIEW: Jonanthan Cain on Steve Perry Leaving Journey & Rock Hall Of Fame

When he knew for Sure Steve Perry Would Not Sing At RRHOF We asked Jonathan Cain, “When did you know Steve was not going to sing at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? You address in the book that day that Steve Perry brought you and Neal Schon by […]

Where Is Grand Funk’s Reunion? It’s Highly Unlikely! We asked Mark Farner & Don Brewer

INTERVIEW #9 – Where Is Grand Funk’s Reunion? We asked Mark Farner & Don Brewer None of us really know what’s going on behind the scenes of any band. It’s usually he-said-she-said thing but no matter what, when the dust settles everyone loves a good reunion. Original lead singer guitarist […]

INTERVIEW Toto’s Steve Porcaro Talks Africa, Weezer & Being On Jimmy Kimmel

INTERVIEW – Toto’s Steve Porcaro Talk About Weezer, Africa & Jimmy Kimmel Well this thing grew and grew. After a viral campaign from a fan the band Weezer recorded Toto’s highest charting tune “Africa’ which went to #1 in 1982. It was one of four hit singles from the multi-Grammy […]

Interview With Alan White and Dylan Howe – That Led Zeppelin/YES Rivalry Was Very Real

Interview Clip #5 Alan White Says That Yes/Led Zeppelin Rivalry Was Real Three years ago I talked to Steve Howe’s son Dylan about his David Bowie project ‘Subterranean’ and lets remember Dylan has known Alan White his whole life and filled in with Yes recently when White was having some […]

INTERVIEW: Grand Funk’s Mark Farner: The Story Behind “I’m Your Captain – Closer To Home”

INTERVIEW CLIP #8 – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner: The Story Behind “I’m Your Captain (Closer To Home)” “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home)” was Grand Funk’s Railroad very first hit. It from the album “Closer to Home” released June 15, 1970. The tune reached #22 on the chart and remains […]

INTERVIEW: Working With John Lennon: What Alan White Wished He Knew Then..We talk “Imagine” and “Instant Karma”

Interview Clip #4 Working With John Lennon What Alan White Wished He Knew Then It’s a big year for Yes with their 50th Anniversary tour. A few days ago we talked to longtime drummer Alan White who worked with John Lennon and George Harrison before Joining Yes. We asked him […]

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 #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 […]