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Rod Stewart- Forever Young- LA Troubadour 4-25-13

In his very entertaining best-selling memoir Rod, confessions are commonplace, including Rod Stewart‘s admission that he nicked the title and certainly the spirit of his 1988 international hit “Forever Young” off of the Bob Dylan song of the same name. But the song and this performance of it in April 2013 in the famous West […]

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Rod Stewart-Every Picture Tells a Story

Ladies & gentlemen, Rod Stewart has been knighted. This despite the fact, Stewart maintains, that at his first record company meeting, “They didn’t like me clothes, me nose, or me hair.” Upon the announcement, Sir Rod said: “I’ve led a wonderful life and have had a tremendous career thanks to the generous support of the […]

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Rod Stewart-Time-the Redbeard Interview

Blame Buddy Holly, Bob Dylan, and the Beatles. Before them, Artist and Repertoire execs at a record company chose a songwriter’s tune, then matched it with a separate singer or vocal group in hopes of making a hit (sorry to break it to you, but Elvis did not write the songs. But I guess he […]

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Al Stewart-Year of the Cat

Al Stewart’s phenomenal title song ” Year of the Cat” and “On the Border” in 1976, followed by “Time Passages” and “Song on the Radio” two years later, Al Stewart became an unlikely mainstream hitmaker…

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Police- Outlandos d’Amour- Sting, Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland

“Outlandos d’Amour   has a certain grotesque, naive charm about it,” Sting confesses in this rockumentary about the Police debut,”but Regatta de Blanc   was infinitely a much better record.” He was absolutely correct, of course, but it was due simply to his, Police founder/ drummer Stewart Copeland‘s, and guitarist Andy Summers‘ lack of experience […]

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Boz Scaggs- Silk Degrees 40th Anniversary

More accurately this Boz Scaggs interview falls under “Ultra Rare”, as the Dallas Texas native, long residing in the San Francisco Bay area, has led one of the more private lives in contemporary music. Part one  details his journey out of Texas as a sideman with Dallas schoolmate  Steve Miller in Chicago, then San Francisco, […]

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Phil Collins- Hello I Must Be Going

“There was something gleaming and optimistic about the Four Tops, the Temptations, the Supremes“, says Phil Collins recalling the impact that those American Motown records had on him and a whole generation growing up in Britain in the mid-’60s. Collins first paid tribute to the Motown Sound on his second solo album in 1982, Hello […]

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Redbeard’s Most Significant Interviews A-Z

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