John Waite and Jonathan Cain put on their big boy pants for a frank conversation about The Babys on the 45th anniversary of “Broken Heart”, the album which featured their first hit,”Isn’t It Time” in Fall 1977.
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John Waite “No Brakes” interview In the Studio on the 35th anniversary of his #1 “Missing You”.
1973 masterpiece “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” is a virtual greatest hits package unto itself. On its 50th anniversary Elton John & Bernie Taupin join me In the Studio for part one.
Co-writer Elton John, fresh off of his record-shattering multi-year “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” world tour, and lyricist Bernie Taupin, just now publishing his long-awaited autobiography “Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton, and Me”, are my special guests here In the Studio on the golden anniversary of “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”, starting the week of September 25!
Jonathan Cain, band co-founder/guitarist Neal Schon, and former singer Steve Perry reveal considerable personal pathos during the Big Payday provided by “Separate Ways”, “Faithfully”, and two more Journey hits which were inexplicably bumped off of “Frontiers”, “Only the Young” and “Ask the Lonely”.
Hard-charging San Francisco juggernaut Journey unveiled a defining album for the decade with “Escape” in July 1981, containing “Don’t Stop Believin’ “,”Stone in Love”, “Who’s Crying Now”,”Open Arms”, and “Mother, Father”. For the fortieth anniversary of this timeless effort, the Journey songwriting triumvirate of Steve Perry, founding guitarist Neal Schon, and new recruit then Jonathan Cain all recall their daring “Escape”.
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Louisiana slide guitarist & singer Sonny Landreth brought his guitar & a little tweed amp about the size of a small suitcase into the Mexican restaurant where I was broadcasting my weekly Friday afternoon Q102 Dallas radio show back in 1995 . Sonny proceeded to play “Back to Bayou Teche” from his album South of I-10