The Story Behind Honeymoon Suite’s “Burning in Love” from Derry Grehan

September 28, 2020 – The Story Behind Honeymoon Suite’s “Burning in Love” from Derry Grehan. #1 Honeymoon Suite’s Derry Grehan Looks Back At “New Girl Now” & That debut LP Check out Honeymoon Suite’s site https://honeymoonsuiteband.com #HoneymoonSuite #BurningInLove #DerryGrehan HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS […]

Amazing Jaco Pastorius Stories from Super-Bassist Brian Bromberg

September 27, 2020 – I remember being on the air playing Jazz and New Age at QM-FM in Edmonton when I heard that Jaco Pastorius had died in 1987. I got into the band Weather Report quite late. In fact, it wasn’t until I got into radio in 1983 that […]

“It’s All About the Name” Steve Porcaro On Toto’s End – Fan Questions

Steve Porcaro is right that Luke could just call the band “Steve Lukather’s Toto” but there are so many sides to Lukather. He’s easily one of my favorite musicians of all time so he may venture off with several projects in the next few years but, who knows, the world […]

Steve Hackett’s Love For Selling England By the Pound & The Battle of Epping Forest

It might not be the biggest selling Genesis album but in most fan polls “Selling England By the Pound” usually ends up at #1. Here guitarist Steve Hackett talks about the album and one of the iconic tunes off the project, “The Battle of the Epping Forest.” Check out Steve […]

Is It Still Kansas? We Asked New Keyboardist Tom Brislin

The new Kansas album,”The Absence of Presence” is one of my favourite albums of the year but with only two members (guitarist Rich Williams and drummer Phil Ehart) left from their heyday I had to ask new keyboardist Tom Brislin…Is it Still Kansas? There’s always the argument that the band […]

Why wasn’t Kim Mitchell Bigger in The U.S.? We Chatted About It With Him!

Kim Mitchell has been one of my favorite artists for years. Not just because he’s Canadian but his softer side on things like “Easy To Tame,” “All We Are,” and “Patio Lanterns” were as important to me as the classic rockers including, “RockLandWonderland,””Go for Soda,” and “Rock N Roll Duty.” […]

Steve Hackett: Why “Selling England By the Pound” Is Still Loved

September 13, 2020 – There are certain artists that are just a joy to interview and former Genesis guitarist is certainly one of those. We’ve had a few chats through the years. In this clip, he touched on why so many Prog fans still love, “Selling England By The Pound.” […]

Christopher Cross Didn’t Want Michael Omartian as Producer Until He Found This Out

Famous Producer Michael Omartian (Peter Cetera, Rod Stewart, Vince Gill, Shania Twain, Boz Scaggs, Donna Summer, Richard Marx, Michael McDonald, etc) was just switching over from session guy to producer when he noticed the talent of Christopher Cross. The singer had been sending in demos for a few years but […]

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 […]

Jon Anderson’s First Reaction to “Owner of a Lonely Heart”- Yes

Here is another part of our interview with the great Jon Anderson. In this one, he talks about his first reaction to hearing “Owner of a Lonely Heart.” Plus why it took so long to get his album, ‘1000 Hands” done.   HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]