Interviews

Our discussions with many significant classic rock artists and others.

Eric Burdon: A Conversation With an Animal

More than 50 years after he first arrived with the Animals, one of the great British blues-rock belters of all time is still going strong.

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Donovan Interview: His Greatest Hits

The Scottish singer-songwriter and Rock Hall inductee examines some of his biggest songs including “Season of the Witch” and “There is a Mountain”

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Dave Mason on Traffic and His Deep Musical History

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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Richie Furay Talks About His Supergroups

In our interview, he discusses the brief Buffalo Springfield reunion (and possible album), and Poco. “We were creating a brand-new sound, basically”

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The Animals: A ‘Lost’ Interview with the 5 Original Members (Part 2, the Breakup and Beyond)

After the original band split, Eric Burdon started a new Animals and then declared War, while another member discovered a hotshot guitarist named Jimi.

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Alone Now with Tommy James: A Revealing Interview

He came to fame in 1966 after a song he and his teenage band, the Shondells, covered hit the top of the charts. The hitmaker reflects on his long career

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Creedence Members Cook and Clifford: Then and Now

Original CCR members Doug Clifford and Stu Cook talk about then and now of the group that was arguably the most popular American band from 1969 to 1971

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Paul Carrack Talks About His Varied Career

The man who sang “How Long,” “The Living Years,” “Tempted” and “Don’t Shed a Tear” often plays with Clapton and has a strong solo career

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The Zombies’ Unusual Path of Their ‘Odessey & Oracle’ LP

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

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The Hollies’ Allan Clarke—Behind His Comeback: ‘It’s Different, But It’s Still Me’

“Being with the Hollies was one of the greatest things that ever came into my life…I wanted to make this new album something different.”–Allan Clarke

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