Interviews

Our discussions with many significant classic rock artists and others.

Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles: An Intimate Chat

As a core member of the Eagles and Poco, and as a solo artist, he’s been ubiquitous for decades. We chat with a legend of California rock.

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Joan Baez Interview: On Dylan, Aging and Her Farewell Tour

Says the folk legend: “I’m comfortable and happy. I’m not trying to reach notes that I can’t reach anymore. I’m working on what I have, which I like a lot.”

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Ozzy Osbourne Q&A: Is This Really the Last Tour?

“There’s no excess trouble. No drama…there are no arguments. We just get up, do our gig and have fun. In the ’80s, it was like Caligula on the road.”

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Paul McCartney Talks Beatles, Recording: Watch

In a wide-ranging interview streamed live on Facebook from Liverpool, he spoke about his school days, writing songs with John Lennon and the group’s early recording sessions

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Linda Ronstadt—A Rare Interview (Part Two)

In an intimate conversation, the Rock Hall of Famer discusses the ’70s SoCal singer-songwriter boom and how her backing band evolved into the Eagles

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Randy Bachman Talks Beatles & Early Guess Who

On his new solo album, the former Guess Who and BTO singer-guitarist pays tribute to one of his heroes. We spoke with Bachman about George Harrison and more.

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Mountain’s Leslie West: The Solo Years & More

In the second half of our extensive chat, the Mountain man recalls sitting in with Hendrix and The Who, hanging with Ozzy, and much more.,

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Paul Simon: Why He Still Matters

“Nothing has become for him more important than the music—not the fame, not the money, not the drugs, not laziness, not fear of failure.”

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Carlos Santana Interview: ‘Music is a Beam of Light’

Now in his 70s, the guitar master is as prolific as ever, touring more than 100 nights per year and continuing to innovate. There is, simply, no one else like him.

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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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