The Suzi Quatro Interview (2022)

By Greg Prato Whether it be inspiring countless rockers — both female and male — with a string of early 70s classic singles (“Can The Can,” “48 Crash,” “Devil Gate...

Ian Anderson & Jethro Tull: Scaling ‘The Zealot Gene’

By Shawn Perry There is no question that Jethro Tull has weathered any number of trends, trials, tribulations and testaments over the course of 50 plus years. This is because...

Heavy Load Blues: The Warren Haynes Interview (2021)

By Greg Prato Although they are thought primarily as a rockin’ jam band, there is no denying that Gov’t Mule does indeed have unmistakable blues roots. After all, their leader,...

Crashing The Crown With Styx: The Lawrence Gowan Interview (2021)

By Ralph Greco, Jr. If you have been lucky enough to see Styx live over the past 20 or so years, you can’t help but notice the dynamic stage presence,...

Why Wait? (It’s In There And It’s Gotta Come Out): The Kate Taylor Interview

By Ira Kantor In 1971, at the apparent apex of the singer-songwriter movement, the lone daughter within one of popular music’s most iconic families released her wonderfully excitable debut album. Soulful,...

Dirty Honey Guitarist John Notto Talks New Album & Hitting The Road In 2021

By Shawn Perry Now that things are getting back to the new normal, people are dying to get out and mingle. Whether it’s traveling, going to restaurants, or enjoying the...

The Richie Furay Interview (2021)

By Shawn Perry Richie Furay may have been a founding member of Buffalo Springfield, but his elevated role in Poco gave him the wings he needed to fly away from...

Marc Bonilla Brings His Keith Emerson Tribute To The Masses

By Shawn Perry When Keith Emerson passed away in 2016, fans and followers around the world were shocked, devastated, and at a complete loss. The musician, a pioneer of progressive...

Let Spirits Ride: The Mark Andes Interview

By Ralph Greco, Jr. Mark Andes has seen more than most. The bassist and vocalist was an original member of both Spirit and Jo Jo Gunne. He would appear on...

Albert Bouchard: Reimagining ‘Imaginos’

Imaginos was conceived by Sandy Pearlman, an “under-appreciated” rock impresario to some degree who managed Blue Öyster Cult, wrote loads of their lyrics, produced their albums, and went on...