Preview upcoming interviews that will air in the weekly national radio broadcast of In The Studio

Rush- Moving Pictures 40th Anniversary- Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson 2-15

"Moving Pictures"  by Rush is one of the most beloved albums of the last four decades because of timeless tunes "Tom Sawyer", the not-so-futuristic "Red Barchetta", the autobiographic "Limelight", and the ominous "The Weapon". Rush mainstays Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson host here In the Studio the week of February 15

Heart- Dreamboat Annie 45th Anniversary- Ann & Nancy Wilson 2-8

Dreamboat Annie  forty-five years ago holds up incredibly well including "Magic Man","Crazy on You","White Lightning and Wine", "Sing Child", and the recurring musical "Dreamboat Annie" theme. Don't miss Nancy Wilson and Ann Wilson of Heart hosting here the week of February 8.

Bad Company- Run with the Pack 45th- Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs, Simon Kirke 2-1

Mick Ralphs, Simon Kirke, and Paul Rodgers of Bad Company reunited In the Studio  just for this anniversary interview and tell some heartwarming stories about Run with the Pack  the week of February 1st.

David Bowie- Station to Station 45th Anniversary 1/25

We present the "Thin White Duke" and Station to Station , another musical manifestation of the many personas that were David Bowie in the Seventies. The late superstar joined me In the Studio  to discuss the bridge between his Ziggy Stardust  British, New York Harlem/ Philly soul, LA 1975 period and his next pioneering trilogy of albums in Berlin. You'll hear "Golden Years","Stay", and "TVC15" while David Bowie is my guest in an encore for the forty-fifth anniversary of Station to Station  the week of January 25.

Sting- Dream of the Blue Turtles 35th Anniversary 5-18

Sting is my guest here In the Studio  for "The Dream of the Blue Turtles" classic rock interview on its thirty-fifth anniversary the week of May 18. -Redbeard

Who- Live at Leeds 50th Anniversary- Pete Townshend 5-11

The Who Live at Leeds  may have been the first live album I ever bought, but it's safe to say that it has  since remained a benchmark with which to compare a half century of live performance pretenders to the throne of anything demonstrably better.