Interviews

Our discussions with many significant classic rock artists and others.

The Zombies’ Colin Blunstone: Interview

Our writer followed the British Invasion band from gig to gig. The result? Their co-founder talked about their tour of a classic album

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Mountain’s Leslie West: The Solo Years & More

In the second half of our extensive chat, the Mountain man recalls sitting in with Hendrix and The Who, hanging with Ozzy, and much more.,

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Peter Asher Q&A: Producing Linda Ronstadt & More

In our detailed interview, most of it previously unpublished, the master producer talks about his work with Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Ringo, Cher & more

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The Turtles’ Howard Kaylan Talks: Album By Album

From 1965-70 they were one of America’s biggest singles bands. But they also produced six great albums. Their lead singer shares inside stories about each.

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Gregg Rolie Talks Journey, Santana, Ringo & More

He was a core member of the original Santana and Journey and now plays with Ringo. We speak with the keyboardist/vocalist and two-time Rock Hall member.

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Paul Simon: Why He Still Matters

“Nothing has become for him more important than the music—not the fame, not the money, not the drugs, not laziness, not fear of failure.”

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Paul Simon Biographer Robert Hilburn: Interview

“My goal was to write Paul’s life story, but also explore this subtheme: Where does true artistry come from and how, once achieved, do you protect it against distractions?”

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Melanie Remembers Woodstock: ‘I Left My Body’

She was only 22 and a relative unknown when she walked onto the stage at Yasgur’s Farm and sang for half a million people. By the end of her set, she was a star.

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Ronnie Wood Interview: A Rolling Stone Remembers

With the release of the band’s ‘Blue & Lonesome’ album, we chat with the guitarist on his R&B roots, Faces, Jeff Beck and, of course, the Stones.

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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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