New Search

If you are not happy with the results below please do another search

87 search results for: YES


Jeffrey Gaines-The Hero in Me-Dallas Oct 1992

(cont)…In October 1992 , Jeffrey performed “The Hero in Me” live in a Dallas disco accompanied by four members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with music charts arranged by me humming the string parts to a most-patient and bemused classical arranger .Like Oprah Winfrey would later do twenty years later when exiting her daily television show , Gaines reminds us, on this Memorial Day weekend on which Americans honor heroes, that the potential for valor resides in each of us , and requires only the sincere desire to serve others .-Redbeard


Tom Petty Gone Into the Great Wide Open

“It’s very hard living your life as we have in tour buses and airplanes for all of this time. I think when I turned 40 I kinda did, as most people do, get a little reflective about ‘Where have we been? And where are we going?’ And you do kind of realize that ,’ Gee, twenty more and I’m outta here !’ “- Tom Petty, 1991


Tom Petty- Full Moon Fever

I swear I heard my heart break  when informed that Tom Petty died of cardiac arrest in his Malibu CA home. Tom was only 66. Prior to this conversation, the last time I had interviewed Tom Petty had been in Dallas in the Fall 1987 when he and the Heartbreakers had toured supporting Bob Dylan. […]


Dire Straits-Making Movies/Love Over Gold 35th Anniversary-Mark Knopfler

Congratulations to Mark Knopler on Dire Straits’ induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April!!! With Dire Straits visionary Mark Knopfler In the Studio we thought we would “mark” the occasion along with the  thirty-fifth anniversary of Dire Straits’ Love Over Gold . Like David Bowie did five years before and Sting […]


Billy Idol 35th Anniversary

There was no indication from his days fronting English punk band Generation X that Billy Idol ( christened William Broad ) would be the most successful and ( along with The Clash and The Police ) among the only original London punk rockers to cross over to mainstream multimillion-selling sales. As Billy shares his unique […]


Byrds- Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman interviews

In a 24-month period beginning in Summer 1965, Los Angeles-based band The Byrds recorded and released four evolutionary albums which wrested the world’s focus from the tidal wave of British Invasion bands led by The Beatles. The members of the original Byrds – singer/songwriter/electric 12-string guitar player Roger (Jim) McGuinn, singer/songwriter David Crosby, the late […]


Best of Ian Hunter & Mott the Hoople

One of Britain’s most beloved party bands this side of The Faces, Mott the Hoople, is still revered there with sold-out tours, and we were so fortunate to have Mott main man Ian Hunter join me In the Studio.


Allman Brothers Band- Idlewild South- the late Gregg Allman

Growing up in the segregated American Deep South near Nashville and later Daytona Beach, Florida in the 1950s and early 1960s, Gregg Allman,the younger of the Allman brothers, had a friend named Floyd Miles.  “He took me, literally, across the (railroad) tracks of town,” Gregg told me. “Back then, maybe 1960, it wasn’t cool to […]