An Interview with Harry Cody of Shotgun Messiah

“The YouTube comments and the stuff online never really went away, amazingly. There are still people talking about Shotgun and wanting to hear me play, and all this. So, yeah, it would be fun to give them the opportunity and see what that will do.”

An Interview with Reggie Wu of Heavens Edge

Even before joining forces with Mark Evans to form Heavens Edge in 1987, guitarist Reggie Wu had already established himself as a noted member of the New Jersey and Philadelphia music scenes. Wu, a renowned axe-slinger whose technical prowess is intertwined with an innate sense of melody, honed his chops in different bands prior to joining Whitefoxx, an all-original rock band based in New Jersey.

An Interview with K.K. Downing of K.K.’s Priest

Once representing half of the blistering twin-guitar attack that fueled Judas Priest, K.K. Downing is already entrenched in the annals of Heavy Metal history and heralded among the most iconic ax-slingers of the genre.

An Interview with Mike Reno of Loverboy

Known for his soaring vocals and a headband that stretched across his forehead at all times, Mike Reno quickly became one of the most recognizable frontmen in rock during the 1980s.

An Interview with Matt Thorne of Rough Cutt

A veteran of the Los Angeles music scene in the 1980s, Matt Thorne experienced the inevitable highs and lows of the music industry before discovering a passion that would change his career path.

An Interview with Tony Harnell of TNT

Widely heralded for his soaring vocals and innate sense of melody, Tony Harnell’s predetermined path toward Rock ‘N’ stardom was forged at an early age.

An Interview with Thommy Price of Joan Jett & The Blackhearts & Billy Idol

Aside from being an accomplished session musician, playing with the likes of Roger Daltrey, Blue Öyster Cult, Ric Ocasek, and Michael Monroe, among others, Price is perhaps best known for his work with Billy Idol, and as a member of Joan Jett & The Blackhearts for over three decades.

An Interview with Zinny Zan of Zinny Zan & Formerly of Easy Action & Shotgun Messiah

Zinny Zan first made his mark on the international music scene as a frontman for the band Easy Action at the age of eighteen, after cutting his teeth in Sweden’s booming music scene.

An Interview with Rik Fox of Steeler & W.A.S.P. Part 1

In the first part of a three-part interview series with Fox, we discussed his earliest introduction to music, the New York music scene, HIS affiliation with KISS, and the origins of W.A.S.P.

An Interview with Mark Knight of Bang Tango & Mark Knight & The Unsung Heroes

Knight, primarily renowned for his multifaceted guitar playing in the Bang Tango days, has spent nearly three decades honing his craft as a singer, songwriter, and producer as well, demonstrating his innate versatility through nine studio albums and a variety of projects including Worry Beads, Gravy, and most recently, Mark Knight and the Unsung Heroes.

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