Songwriter: The Other Side Of Colin Blunstone

By Susan Enterline For devotees of rock music and its legendary singers, the name Colin Blunstone instantly conjures thoughts of the hauntingly ethereal-voiced singer for The Zombies — his unique...

The Richie Kotzen Interview (2023)

By Ralph Greco, Jr. One could say it has been a ‘dogs age’ since guitarist and vocalist Richie Kotzen, bassist Billy Sheehan, and drummer Mike Portnoy, collectively known as The...

Days Of Passed In The Future For John Lodge

By Shawn Perry When Moody Blues drummer Graeme Edge passed away in 2021, it marked the end of an era. Because Edge was the only original member who had remained...

Junkman Radio Interviews Chuck Wright

In 2022, musician Chuck Wright, known to many as the long time bassist for bands such as Quiet Riot, House of Lords, Alice Cooper and others, released his first...

The Jorma Kaukonen Interview (2022)

By Greg Prato Entering his seventh decade as a recording artist, Jorma Kaukonen needs no introduction to classic rock fans. But, just in case you need a refresher, he has...

The Fee Waybill Interview (2022)

By Ira Kantor It seems like it was only yesterday, but it was actually December 2019 when I saw my last concert prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic....

The Doug Pinnick (King’s X) Interview (2022)

By Greg Prato It’s hard to believe that’s it’s been 14 long years since King’s X issued an all-new studio album (the last being 2008’s XV). But thankfully, that all...

Day By Day: The Timothy B. Schmit Interview

By Ralph Greco, Jr. Timothy B. Schmit’s 2022 solo album, Day By Day, his seventh and the third in a row where he penned all the tunes, is quite an...

The Vivian Campbell Interview (2022)

By Greg Prato Vivian Campbell’s resume is an impressive one, having played in three separate arena headlining bands over the years — Dio, Whitesnake, and Def Leppard. But it is...

The Joe Satriani Interview (2022)

By Shawn Perry When the pandemic hit the world in 2020, Joe Satriani was preparing to release his 18th album, Shapeshifting. Many acts put the brakes on whatever they were...