Interviews

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

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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Talking with Traffic Co-Founder, Dave Mason

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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Preview: The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper Reissue

A select few were treated to a first-hand preview of the ambitious 50th Anniversary release by project producer Giles Martin. “It’s a humbling process”

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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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Nancy Wilson of Heart: An Intimate Conversation

For more than four decades, she has co-led Heart. Now, she’s on to something new altogether. We speak with one of rock’s great frontwomen.

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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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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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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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