Bad Company rips through “Rock and Roll Fantasy” in concert July 10, 2013 in Dallas/ Ft. Worth Verizon Theater.
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When entities outside of the rock world try to define it, I usually hold my breath and cover my eyes, but in 2008 the folks at Time- Life did a pretty impressive job collecting hard rock genre-defining classics from Deep Purple, Whitesnake, KISS, Bad Company, Heart, Judas Priest, Boston, Ted Nugent, and many more […]
Free “Fire and Water/Best Of” In the Studio with Paul Rodgers.
“Are you bootlegging me ?” Legendary Free, Bad Company, The Firm, and even Queen vocalist Paul Rodgers with me February 1993 in a studio somewhere in the desolate outskirts of Los Angeles, proving that even a legend needs an audience when there’s a new song needing singing, even if it’s only an audience of one. […]
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” It went platinum (1,000,000 sales ) in thirteen days,” Pat Benatar states matter-of-factly while she and hubby/ musical director Neil Giraldo reminisce In the Studio about the explosive third album,”Precious Time”, as it headed rapidly to the top-selling perch in America in Summer 1981…
Bryan Adams joins me for the twenty-fifth anniversary of his seventh studio album, 18 ‘Til I Die , a #1 seller in the UK and Top Five sales in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, and Switzerland. The international popularity was driven by hits “The Only Thing That Looks Good on You is Me”, “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman”, and the title song.
“2112” by Rush was an amalgam of hard rock, progressive rock, science-fiction and Ayn Rand socio-economics right about the same time that The Ramones, The Dead Boys, and Ian Dury and the Blockheads were singing “Sex and Drugs and Rock’n’Roll”. So things were about to get interesting in 1976. Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush join me here In the Studio