Nazareth’s Pete Agnew On 1975 & The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew Remembers The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts (#2) Nazareth was a big band before 1975 but the “Hair of the Dog” album with the title song and “Love Hurts” changed things. Pete Agnew and I talked about that. (Clip 008) Nazareth has just […]

Steve Perry Didn’t Sing At Rock Hall Because He’s On Arnel Pineda’s Side

Steve Perry Didn’t Sing At Rock Hall Because He’s On Arnel Pineda’s Side Talk about a balanced dude. Talk about a classy one. While talking to the Scott Shannon show Steve Perry had lots to say about his replacement in Journey Arnel Pineda. When Scott Shannon asked him about not […]

Former Chicago Lead Singer Bill Champlin Shares Info On Health Scare From Last Year

Bill Champlin Shares Info On Health Scares From Last Year Most lovers of Classic Rock are getting to an age where anything can break down. Now, think about our heroes who easily have 10-20 years on us. Former Chicago singer Bill Champlin had his own scare last year which led […]

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: 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 – Eddie Money Talks About His First Hit “Baby Hold On,” His New Reality TV Show & A New Album

This is part one of a seven part series of our conversation with the great Eddie Money. Since 1978 he’s had 11 Top 40 hits and “Baby Hold On’ was his very first. It was released in February 1978 two months after his self titled debut was released. Co-written by […]

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 – Would Bill Champlin Ever Rejoin Chicago? We Had to Ask

If you watched the CNN Chicago Documentary you may have noticed the friction around former member Bill Champlin and the band. This is Rock History Music’s third interview with the singer so we thought we’d ask…Any chance of ever rejoining that band? HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE […]

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: Alan White Remembers Being Threatened To Join Yes

INTERVIEW CLIP #1 Alan White Remembers Being Threatened To Join Yes It’s all fun until someone loses an eyes or your mom walks in or you have no hands to play the drums. The band Yes are about to embark on their big 50th Anniversary tour and we talked to […]