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Free- Fire and Water- Paul Rodgers

Free "Fire and Water/Best Of” In the Studio with Paul Rodgers.

Night Ranger- 7 Wishes- Jack Blades

The songs “Four in the Morning” and the touching true story “Goodbye”, both from Night Ranger’s May 1985 album “7 Wishes”, are revealed by singer/composer/bass player Jack Blades In the Studio on the album’s 35th anniversary.
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Dire Straits- Brothers in Arms- Mark Knopfler

"It's like someone pulling at a thread, unraveling your sweater, except the sweater is you, " former Dire Straits bandleader Mark Knopfler tries to explain the phenomenon of "Brothers in Arms"  and modern super-celebrity here In the Studio  in this classic rock interview. "I recommend success to anybody. I can't think of anything good about fame. If you can, let me know."
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Fleetwood Mac- Rumours- Social Distancing Edition

Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" Guests are Lindsey Buckingham,Stevie Nicks,Mick Fleetwood.

James Taylor- Sweet Baby James 50th Anniversary

James Taylor is still recording wonderfully satisfying albums like the new " American Standard", and being chosen to open brand new live music venues, fifty years after the album "Sweet Baby James" captured the country's attention. Now that’s finding the keys to a real time machine.

Simon & Garfunkel- Bridge Over Troubled Water 50th Anniversary- Art Garfunkel

50th anniversary of Simon and Garfunkel's" Bridge Over Troubled Water", which swept the 1970 Grammy Awards with six, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year for the title song.It ranks as #51 on Rolling Stone magazine's "Top 500 Albums of All Time",#7 on the BBC's all time list, and has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide. Art Garfunkel joined me In The Studio for this very rare conversation...(more)
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Pink Floyd- The Wall- Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason

Roger Waters admitted to me that in 1980 Pink Floyd had been guaranteed one million dollars per night to perform "The Wall" on a stadium tour. "And I refused to do it outdoors," Waters tells me in this classic rock interview. "But how can you do a show, that's about the alienation you feel about doing stadium shows, in a stadium?"
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Bryan Adams- Reckless

Bryan Adams In the Studio for “Reckless”
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers- Damn the Torpedoes

Tom Petty archival interview for “Damn the Torpedoes ” In the Studio

Eddie Money- No Control

It occurred that one of the less recognized aspects of the brief but all-important Punk Rock trend in the latter half of the Seventies is how it aided and abetted countless upstart bands at the same time which were not necessarily a part of that CBGB punk scene... Singer/ songwriter Eddie Money may have been in San Francisco when he convinced legendary concert promoter Bill Graham to manage him, but both Money and his mentor were Big Apple natives, which didn't hurt when Columbia Records offered Eddie a deal for his self-titled debut in 1977.