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I Flacked for Ozzy: An Insider’s Confessions

If you might think doing PR for Ozzy Osbourne was hell, think again. He was a breeze and quite the lovable guy.

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When 11 Fans Lost Their Lives at a Who Concert

In a 2019 documentary, The Who: The Night That Changed Rock, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey give their first long-form TV interviews about the events of Dec. 3, 1979

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Photographer Neal Preston on His Wild Start and Shooting Led Zeppelin

In his more than 5-decade career, he has photographed many of the world’s biggest music, sports and film stars. He shared some great stories with us

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‘More Cowbell’: How Blue Öyster Cult Came to Be

Lead singer Eric Bloom talks about how Soft White Underbelly evolved under their manager/producer Sandy Pearlman, who got them their major label deal

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Doobie Brothers’ ‘Long Train Runnin’: Won’t You Boogie Down?

Some fans who have heard the tune 100s of times think it’s called “Without Love” since those words are repeated many times. The unusual way it became a song

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11 Surprising 1970s Radio Hits

It’s amazing that these songs from The Kinks, George Harrison, Rick Dees and more not only were played on Top 40 radio but became smash hits. Their stories…

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Authors Talk ‘All Things Must Pass Away: Harrison, Clapton, and Other Assorted Love Songs’ Book

We got some revelations about the 2 stars’ chemistry, Derek and the Dominos’ participation on ATMP, and the continued “travesty” of a key missing credit on “Layla”

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Bob Lind, ‘Elusive Butterfly’ Singer-Songwriter: Q&A

He flew into the top 5 in 1966 on the strength of one of his compositions, and he’s been elusive for most of the time since. We spoke with him.

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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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‘Let It Be’ Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg on Filming the Beatles and the Stones

The director behind the original 1970 classic Beatles film was there when cinematic innovation first came to the rock video medium.

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