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Here’s where you’ll find our major artist profiles and interviews

Gregg Allman Shares a Fillmore East Secret

Dennis Elsas’ conversation with the legendary artist about his roots and return to recording and a wild fact about the legendary Live at Fillmore cover

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The Inside History of the Electric Light Orchestra

Dennis Elsas’ 1977 radio interview with Bev Bevan, ELO’s co-founder, reveals what brought him, Jeff Lynne and Roy Wood together and what led to Wood’s exit

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Herb Alpert Calls Leon Russell ‘A Special Talent’

(Leon) Russell Bridges was one of the studio musicians that performed on many of the great Tijuana Brass albums. The hugely successful performer wrote a beautiful tribute. “I’m glad he was in my life”

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Smithsonian Rocks: Behind the Fan Photo Book

The Smithsonian asked fans to send them rock-related photos and stories. We spoke with the author about the making of ‘Smithsonian Rock and Roll.”

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Steve Miller Exclusive: Big Plans for 2018

There will be boxed sets and remastering of his catalog. He reveals: “There are miles of unreleased performances.” Universal Music said: “What do you want to do?”

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Arlo Guthrie Talks Woody, ‘Alice,’ Seeger

A half-century after the death of his folk legend father, Woody, and the release of ‘Alice’s Restaurant,’ the singer-songwriter still hears the call.

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Bert Berns: The Ecstatic Agony of a Producer/Songwriter

It’s billed as “the greatest untold story of rock ‘n’ roll,” about the man who wrote “Twist and Shout” and “Piece of My Heart” and produced “Brown Eyed Girl”

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Dan Fogelberg’s ‘Musical Joke’: Same Old Lang Syne

The late singer-songwriter enjoyed big success in the 1970s and ’80s. In this interview he admits his holiday favorite came from messing with Tchaikovsky

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Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell: The Inside Story

The album is one of the all-time best-sellers but you would never know that from its initial reception. Then it took off like… a bat out of hell

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Tom Jones Interview: Keeping It Real

While most artists of his age have long ago settled into complacency, the Welsh dynamo keeps trying new things. We chat with the legend.

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