Interviews

Our discussions with many significant classic rock artists and others.

John Mayall: A Chat With the British Blues Legend

For more than 50 years he’s been the reigning king of British blues. He’s got a new album, a new live show and no intention of slowing down.

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The Rick Wakeman Interview: Yes, ARW

The British keyboard legend chats about his prog rock career, his current Yes band with Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and why he started wearing those famous capes!

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Cream’s Jack Bruce: The ‘Lost’ Interview

Two years before his death, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend looked back on the game-changing trio and discussed his future plans.

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Dave Mason on Traffic and His Deep Musical History

Our interview with the founding member of Traffic who played with plenty of fellow rock royalty. He calls Traffic “one of the original alternative bands”

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Donovan Interview: Sunshine Superman and More

In a freewheeling, often revealing conversation, the Scottish singer-songwriter and Rock Hall inductee talks about his first big hit of the psychedelic era

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Richie Furay Talks About His Supergroups

In our interview, he discusses the brief Buffalo Springfield reunion (and possible album), his recent solo LP and the country rock sound

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John Hammond: Lost Interview (Signing Springsteen)

The Columbia Records executive discovered Billie Holiday, Aretha, Dylan, Springsteen – “I think he’s going to be a giant” – and more, in his unparalleled career

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Leslie West on Mountain, Woodstock, Hendrix +

When the history of heavy rock is traced today, it invariably points to him as one of the origin points—it was no accident that he called his band Mountain.

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Santana’s Michael Shrieve on Woodstock and More

The drummer had a big moment at the ’69 festival – at age 20. When that lineup reunited for a 2016 album + several dates, the chemistry was there

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Peter Frampton Interview: Still Very Much Alive!

He recorded one of the best-selling albums in history, and he’s proud of it. But what really makes him happy is being acknowledged as a great guitarist.

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