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

Van Halen- II – 45th Anniversary- Eddie & Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony 3-18

Alex Van Halen and Michael Anthony are my guests In the Studio, with exclusive comments from the late great Eddie Van Halen, to explore Van Halen "II"  on its forty-fifth anniversary the week of March 18.

Supertramp- Breakfast in America 45th- Roger Hodgson 3-11

Roger Hodgson of Supertramp explores the various chutes to the bottom and ladders to the top that these English ex-pats, who had checked into the hotel California only recently, had to navigate in order to fill an estimated 18,000,000 orders for "Breakfast in America" forty-five years ago, beginning March 11.

Soundgarden- Superunknown 30th Anniversary- the late Chris Cornell 3-4

Here on the thirtieth anniversary of Soundgarden's "Superunknown", the songs still hit like a ton of bricks...The gifted and sweet singer/co-writer of Soundgarden, the late Chris Cornell, is your host from the In the Studio archives to take us into the "Superunknown" on the album's thirtieth anniversary the week of March 4.

Bad Company- Desolation Angels 45th- Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs, Simon Kirke 2-26

Bad Company co-founder/guitarist/songwriter Mick Ralphs and drummer Simon Kirke join Paul Rodgers here In the Studio for the forty-fifth anniversary of the Top Five double-platinum seller "Desolation Angels" the week of February 26.

Steely Dan- Pretzel Logic 50th- Donald Fagen, Walter Becker 2-19

Donald Fagen and the late Walter Becker of Steely Dan are my guests for "Pretzel Logic"'s golden anniversary the week of February 19.

KISS 50th Anniversary- Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons 2-12

I still recall receiving in early 1974 the debut album from a largely unknown band called KISS. "Alice Cooper was the biggest thing in music in 1973," Alice once told me here In the Studio, "so a band with four Alices? Couldn't miss." Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons guest here the week of February 12 for the KISS 50th anniversary.

Cheap Trick- At Budokan 45th- Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander 2-5

Lead guitarist/co-writer Rick Nielsen and singer/co-writer Robin Zander of Cheap Trick tell the gleeful story of the fluke live album "At Budokan" on its forty-fifth anniversary here In the Studio the week of February 5.

History of Southern Rock, pt1- Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Gary Rossington, Charlie Daniels, Doug Gray, Henry Paul

To adequately encompass the history of Southern Rock requires two episodes and over two hours, but In the Studio's vast one-on-one interview archives, with exclusive conversations with the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels, and The Outlaws, are uniquely qualified to do it starting the week of January 22.

Creedence Clearwater Revival- Bayou Country 55th- John Fogerty 1-15-24

Creedence Clearwater Revival began a superhuman creative run of recording three full-length albums in 1969, starting with CCR's second, "Bayou Country". It contained the swamp rock classic "Born on the Bayou", as well as one of the biggest songs of the last half of the 20th century, "Proud Mary". John Fogerty is my guest In the Studio the week of January 8.

Led Zeppelin 1- 55th anniversary- Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 1-8-24

"Led Zeppelin 1" auteur Jimmy Page and singer/co-writer Robert Plant join us In the Studio for this classic rock interview beginning January 8 on the fifty-fifth anniversary of forging the hammer of the gods.