20 Rock Hall Snubs Pt 1

"20 Rock Hall Snubs" are twenty well-qualified and beloved bands and recording artists who we believe are all equally deserving of consideration for induction into the Hall of Fame but who to date have been denied...
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Guess Who- American Woman 50th-Burton Cummings, Randy Bachman

If you have not listened to the Guess Who's   January 1970 classic American Woman  since two presidential impeachments ago, I predict you will be amazed at how strong the songs were, such as "No Sugar Tonight"; how environmentally aware lyricist/…
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Grand Funk 50th- Mark Farner, Don Brewer

Grand Funk fiftieth anniversary with Mark Farner and Don Brewer.

Rush- RIP Neil Peart, 67

Due to the death of beloved Rush drummer/ lyricist non pareil Neil Peart from brain cancer, here at In the Studio  we have reconsidered our scheduled rockumentary interviews  spotlighting the fortieth anniversary of Permanent Waves, and while…

Todd Rundgren- Road to Utopia/ Caravan- Boston 11-79

Todd Rundgren live "Road to Utopia/Caravan" Boston 11/79

Badfinger- Come and Get It: Best- Joey Molland,the late Mike Gibbins

It was fifty years ago that US audiences were introduced through a Paul McCartney song,"Come and Get It", to a little-known English band The Iveys, soon to be rechristened Badfinger and to become second only to The Beatles in sales on the Apple Records label.

Steve Earle- Days Aren't Long Enough

"Days Aren't Long Enough" originally found on Americana mainstay Steve Earle's 2007 Washington Square Serenade   is the 21st century replacement for "Auld Lang Syne", performed live In the Studio in Dallas in 2007 by the former Guitar Town  …
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Queensryche- Promised Land 25th Anniversary- Chris DeGarmo, Geoff Tate

Former members Geoff Tate and Chris DeGarmo take you to “ The Promised Land”, their best seller, on the album’s 25th anniversary
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Queen- Sheer Heart Attack 45th Anniversary- Brian May, Roger Taylor

After two studio albums and a trial-by-fire legendary US tour supporting lovable Mott the Hoople, London-based Queen was  ready to reign over the local Rainbow Theater as headliners for the first time in late March 1974. They were so impressive…