Interviews

Our discussions with many significant classic rock artists and others.

The Zombies Celebrate Their 50-Year ‘Odessey’

Our interview with the band’s Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone as the celebrate a big anniversary, and musician Al Kooper, who knew a hit when he heard one in “Time of the Season”

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Pete Townshend ‘Lost’ Interview From 1974

In a special issue celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Who, he talks about his most satisfying album, his admiration for other artists’ work, and more

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Tony Banks on Solo LP, Genesis: ‘Never Say Never’

The “average piano student” became the keyboardist and co-founder of one of the biggest bands in the world. He talks about their growth

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Jon Anderson Interview? Yes, Indeed

He opens up about the revolving door of Yes’ lineup, the “fear factor” of doing another “Roundabout,” and the development of their epic LP, Close to the Edge

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Russ Solomon, Late Tower Records Founder: Interview

In a 2017 interview, the founder of the Tower Records retail music corporation discussed the history of the company. He died in 2018 at age 92

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Nancy Wilson of Heart: An Intimate Conversation

For more than four decades, she has co-led Heart with her sister, Ann. We spoke with one of rock’s great frontwomen about their legacy

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Jesse Colin Young Q&A: The Solo Years Then & Now

Although he’s battled a debilitating illness for many years, the former Youngbloods leader is back on track, with one of his strongest albums ever.

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Joe Walsh Interview: Paying It Back for Veterans

Walsh: “I had played a lot of functions for other people, friends and stuff for various charities they were involved with. But I never had my own.”

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Jon Anderson Talks ‘1000 Hands’ Solo LP, Tour, ARW

His voice sounds terrific on his album, 30 years in the making. He’s got big plans: “You always want to put on a good show. I want to really get it right”

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Jesse Colin Young Talks Youngbloods

The singer-songwriter discusses his early folk days and the history of the Youngbloods, from ‘Get Together’ to ‘Elephant Mountain’ and beyond.

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