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Creedence Clearwater Revisited Still Fortunate

Original CCR members Doug Clifford and Stu Cook talk about then and now of the group that was arguably the most popular American band from 1969 to 1971

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50+ Years Ago: Question Mark + the Mysterians 96 Tears

It starts with one of the most memorable riffs in rock history and the tale that follows: You did me wrong, but you will get yours yet. So who is “?”

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John Hammond: The Lost Interview (Part 2: Signing Bruce 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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Boston Strong: Tom Scholz Interview (Part 1)

On the eve of their massive Hyper Space Tour, the mastermind behind one of classic rock’s biggest bands opens up on touring, recording and more.

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Yes Talk History, Reveal Tour in SiriusXM Interview

On the eve of the progressive rock titans’ Rock Hall induction, the current lineup discussed their legacy and performed several acoustic songs on a live broadcast

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Alan White on Yes, the Rock Hall, Chris Squire

With the induction of Yes into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, drummer Alan White reflects on his 45 years with the band and memories of Chris Squire

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Carl Palmer Talks About Emerson, Lake and Palmer

The famed rock drummer reveals that he and ELP bandmate Keith Emerson were going to play together again in 2016. He’s on an extensive tour with his band ELP Legacy

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Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp For Weekend Warriors

So you wanted to be a rock ‘n’ roll star? Or want to experience what it’s like to be one and play with them? Then this is for you.

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When Lou Reed Met Metallica: Lou on ‘Lulu’

A 2011 interview with Lou Reed on “Lulu,” his controversial collaboration with Metallica, published in its entirety for the first time.

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