These are the interviews from the most recent editions of the weekly national radio broadcast of In The Studio .

Eddie Van Halen, Sammy Hagar In the Studio

Eddie Van Halen has died. Here he is In the Studio with Sammy Hagar, brother Alex Van Halen, & Michael Anthony for the story of "5150".
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Eddie Van Halen Dead- Story of “1984”

Eddie Van Halen, one of the most influential guitarists of the last half century, has died of throat cancer at age 65.
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Eddie Van Halen Dead, 65

Ed's dead. Eddie Van Halen has died of cancer at age 65.
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Van Halen II- Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony, David Lee Roth, the late Eddie Van Halen

Eddie Van Halen has passed away from cancer, only 65. Cancer kills and smoking causes it.
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Led Zeppelin III 50th Anniversary- Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Terry Manning

Led Zeppelin III  appeared October 5, 1970 with surprisingly little notice. Containing "The Immigrant Song","Gallows Pole", and "Since I've Been Loving You", Led Zeppelin III   also planted exotic seeds of sounds in "Friends" with its Middle Eastern orchestration, which would skip several subsequent albums only to germinate with legendary impact on Physical Grafitti . My guests Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and Led Zeppelin "III"  recording engineer at Ardent Studio in Memphis, Terry Manning, tell the story on the fiftieth anniversary.
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Police- Zenyatta Mondatta 40th- Sting, Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland

It seems that stardom for The Police had occurred in the UK after the release of their second album, "Regatta de Blanc" , but mainstream popularity in the U.S. still eluded them until October 1980's "Zenyatta Mondatta". My guests In the Studio are Police-men Sting, Stewart Copeland, and Andy Summers for the album's 40th anniversary.
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Ozzy Osbourne- Blizzard of Ozz 40th Anniversary

Ozzy Osbourne In the Studio on the fortieth anniversary of "Blizzard of Ozz".
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Black Sabbath- Paranoid 50th Anniversary- Ozzy Osbourne

In late 1970 the world into which the Birmingham England band Black Sabbath quickly rose to popularity with their second album, "Paranoid", felt increasingly like a dangerous place. In this classic rock interview original Black Sabbath singer / lyricist Ozzy Osbourne has fond memories of those days when he and his  mates from the working-class neighborhood Aston decided to ditch their trendy blues music, cut the band down from a 6-piece to four, and started doing what Ozzy characterizes in this classic rock interview as "spooky music".
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Pink Floyd- Wish You Were Here 45th- Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason

"You try following up Dark Side of the Moon.  Go on, just try it!" playfully admonishes Pink Floyd guitarist/ singer David Gilmour."We've been trying to do it ever since!", laughs drummer Nick Mason. Gilmour and Mason are my guests, Roger Waters makes a cameo, and we include archive comments from the late keyboard player Richard Wright to round out the definitive classic rock interview regarding Wish You Were Here  on its forty-fifth anniversary.
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Queensryche- Empire 30th Anniversary- Geoff Tate, Chris DeGarmo

Queensryche co-founder/ composer/ guitarist Chris DeGarmo and former singer/ songwriter Geoff Tate may be gone now ( the former pilots corporate jets, the latter heads the band Operation Mindcrime ), but they tell the story of the blockbuster four million-seller Empire and the amazing songs “Best I Can”, “Jet City Woman”,”Della Brown”,” Resistance”,”Hand on Heart”, even a live performance from London’s Hammersmith Odeon just weeks after Empire’s 1990 release.