Eddie Money: How He Feels About Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

INTERVIEW #3 – Is Eddie Money Waiting For The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame? This is part three of a seven part series on our conversation with Eddie Money. Just mention the Rock and Roll hall of fame to some people and let the arguments begin. It’s a polarizing […]

INTERVIEW Jim Messina: How They Built The Band Poco In 1968

INTERVIEW #3 : Jim Messina – How they Built The Band Poco Jim Messina formed Poco with fellow Buffalo Springfield bandmate Richie Furay and Rusty Young, who guested on the last Springfield album. The band was a clear answer to the growing influence of Country/Rock. I asked Jim Messina about […]

INTERVIEW – How Grand Funk’s Don Brewer Met ‘Some Kind Of Wonderful’ Writer John Ellison

A few months ago Don and Mel of Grand Funk finally met the guy who wrote one of their biggest hits “Some Kind of Wonderful” John Ellison who sang it in his band Soul Brothers Six in 1967. Here’s Don Brewer. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]

INTERVIEW – Jonathan Cain On Prince Borrowing From ‘Faithfully’ For ‘Purple Rain’

INERVIEW CLIP #11 – That Time That Prince Might Have Borrowed Too Much From Faithfully The tune Faithfully has made the rounds, Bryan Adams once said that there was a tip of the hat for his tune ‘Heaven’ to ‘Faithfully.’ and One Direction did the same but of course then […]

INTERVIEW – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner On His Biggest Vocal Influence Howard Tate

INTERVIEW – Grand Funk Influences We Ask Mark Farner & Don Brewer This is the last part of our 12 part series on Grand Funk Railroad. I had the pleasure of talking to both singers in the band. First drummer Don Brewer who now leads the group and former lead […]

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Cain On New Journey Music or Retirement

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE https://youtu.be/HVioxMRGvBQ With all the rumors from the White house thing between Neal Schon and the other member of Journey I asked Jonathan Cain if there was clock ticking for Journey? From the reaction online Journey still seems very plugged in to the fans. You seem to […]

INTERVIEW CLIP #11 Grand Funk’s Mark Farner Looks Back at Selling Out Shea Stadium in 1971 (Faster than the Beatles)

#11 Grand Funk’s Mark Farner Looks Back at Selling Out Shea Stadium in 1971 When a band sells out Shea Stadium faster than the Beatles it’s a big deal. Grand Funk did it in 72 hours while the Beatles took a few weeks. Easily they were still not The Beatles […]

Jonathan Cain Of Journey – Love For His Dad and Bruce Springsteen (Interview #9)

INTERVIEW CLIP #9 Jonathan’s Cain Love & Respect For His Dad & Bruce Springsteen In part nine of our conversation with Journey’s Jonathan Cain we asked about his love for Bruce Springsteen who he emulated in the early part of his career. Springsteen talked about his dad in his book. […]

Grand Funk’s Mark Farner on His Near Death Experience & An Out-Of-This-World Relationship With Ronnie Montrose

INTERVIEW CLIP #10 – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner on His Near Death Experience & Ronnie Montrose Not many rockers have lived the life of former grand Funk Railroad singer/guitarist Mark Farner. In the 70’s this band lived large. They knew all about the excesses of Rock and Roll but by […]

INTERVIEW #3 Steve Porcaro – Why Michael Jackson Recorded ‘Human Nature’ Instead of Toto

The Biggest Hit Toto Passed On – Steve Porcaro’s ‘Human Nature’ (Michael Jackson) It’s the 9th anniversary of Michael Jackson death today – He died on June 25th 2009 at 50-years-old.We asked Steve Porcaro about not being too impressed by ‘Human Nature” at first in our last video. To him […]