The Top Christmas Albums of the 1960s – The Classic Years!

December 21, 2020 – Another great piece by Jason Klose​, head writer of “Rock History Book”..we put this one on our sister channel “Nail Sheet.” Ther Classic Years of Christmas music. The Best-Selling Christmas Albums of the ‘60s 1961 – Holiday Sing Along with Mitch, by Mitch Miller & the […]

Harmonium’s Serge Fiori Talks About New Project Their Music

December 17, 2020 – A band I loved growing up in Canada and especially being french Canadian. Such a cool folk, classical prog-band. Harmonium’s Serge Fiori Talks About New Project Their Music. Over 140 minutes of music performed by l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, led by conductor Simon Leclerc, who also […]

The Best-Selling Christmas Albums of the ‘50s

Best-Selling Christmas Albums of the ‘50s – by Jason Klose 1950 – Merry Christmas, by Bing Crosby Originally released in 1945 on Decca Records, the compilation album Merry Christmas by Bing Crosby was the best-selling Christmas album for six consecutive years (1945-50). The album includes Crosby’s signature song “White Christmas,” […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Eagles’ “Hotel California” Album

December 8, 2020 – We are doing a live broadcast to chat about John Lennon later today but let’s not forget the 44th birthday of this classic album. Jason Klose​, who is the head writer of our sister channel “Rock History Book” wrote this excellent look back at the album. […]

That Interview with Jon Anderson – Prog/Rock Legend + John Beaudin

This is something we are going to start doing on our sister channel “Rock History Book”…the entire Jon Anderson Interview…all 90 minutes. Please my YES peeps please share in the appropriate groups…THANKS HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETC OUR NEW INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT […]

That Supertramp 911 Conspiracy Theory & Does the Band Still Talk?

Do you remember that weird ‘Breakfast in America’ 911 conspiracy theory? Supertramp’s John Helliwell addresses the whole mess plus we asked does he still talk to other members of the band? Here is another part of our interview with John Helliwell. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]

Elton’s Blue Moves Album, Guitarist Caleb Quaye Looks Back – Interview

Elton’s Blue Moves Album, Guitarist Caleb Quaye Looks Back – Interview. November 1, 2020 – Elton John was running out of steam by 1976 but he was easily one of the biggest music stars in history. Elton working under a handycap however was still a force to be reckoned with. […]

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 […]

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.” […]

John Hall Of Orleans On Working With Janis Joplin – The “Pearl” Album

I was always a big fan of the band Orleans (Still the One, Dance With Me, Love Takes Time). A few months ago I finally had a chance to interview John Hall who was also in the United States House of Representatives (New York). In this clip, John talks about […]