It has been five years now since legendary British blues rock guitarist and singer Alvin Lee died during surgery March 6, 2013. Lee never hesitated to credit fate and dumb luck for first putting him and the band Ten Years After on the bill of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, and then documentary film director Michael […]
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Thirty years ago “In the Studio” 3-27-89: David, Stephen, Graham, and Neil of Crosby, Stills, Nash , and Young with Redbeard for “Deja Vu”.
Debut release Foreigner containing such big hits as “Feels Like the First Time” and “Cold As Ice” became the fastest-selling debut album in Atlantic Records’ long storied history.
Styx “Grand Illusion” interview with Tommy Shaw, James Young, Lawrence Gowan, plus co-founder & former member Dennis DeYoung
The Doors Strange Days was released barely nine months after The Doors’ debut opened up a meteoric new star in the rock galaxy. The late band co-founder Ray Manzarek held the key to opening the timeless Doors legacy here In the Studio during his second appearance in the series the week of January 16, 1989, […]
The first time I interviewed Pat Benatar for her breakthrough second album Crimes of Passion for January 9, 1989’s episode #29 of In the Studio, she was very wary of me and visibly uncomfortable. It didn’t take long to understand why: Rolling Stone’s Encyclopedia of Rock’n’Roll states unequivocally in its opening line, “Pat Benatar was […]
And in band co-founder Gregg Rolie, “Journey already had a lead singer,” Steve Perry emphasizes.” I wasn’t brought in to replace anyone.”
For In the Studio episode #25, the many myths surviving the Moody Blues’ groundbreaking November 1967 second album Days of Future Passed were variously confirmed, corrected, and embellished by my guests Justin Hayward and John Lodge here In the Studio. Among them: -After singing “Go Now” in 1964, lead singer Denny Laine left the Moody Blues with […]
Following the international hit “Year of the Cat” in 1976 with “Time Passages” and “Song on the Radio” two years later, Al Stewart became an unlikely mainstream hitmaker…
After a whirlwind Seattle Saturday in September 1988 with a noon interview session with Heart’s Ann Wilson, followed by hamburgers on Mercer Island with Steve Miller for dinner, now I was witness to a spectacular Pacific sunset as I barreled up the scenic coast into British Columbia Canada for a rendezvous in Vancouver with Bryan […]