Interviews

Read the questions and answers in verbatim interviews with significant classic rock artists and others.

Tom Scholz Talks Influences, Boston Lead Singers

In Part 2 of our interview: “Brad was the best male studio singer I’ve ever heard and Tommy is the best male stage singer.” He reveals which artists got him excited about rock ‘n’ roll

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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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Jay Geils, Namesake of the J. Geils Band, Dies

The guitarist, born John Geils, Jr., left the band several years ago. “I wish them well. I don’t know how they feel about me”

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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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Leon Russell Talks His Career and Collaborations

In our extensive 2014 interview, the musician talks about the genius of Brian Wilson, and his work with Joe Cocker, George Harrison, Elton John and others

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Gregg Allman: A Previously Unpublished Interview

Two years ago, the ABB mainstay was leading his own band and released a killer live album. This conversation with the legend has never before been seen.

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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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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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George Martin: The Lost Interview

This 1971 Q-and-A with the late producer hasn’t appeared since 1974. He answers questions about music and drugs, his surprise upon hearing Let it Be and his lack of financial participation with the Beatles

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