An Interview with Tony Stevens of Savoy Brown & Foghat

I was recently joined by veteran four-stringer Tony Stevens for a chat where, among other things, we touch on the formation of two of blues-rock’s most seminal acts in Savoy Brown and Foghat, the lifecycle of Midnight Flyer, Foghat’s 90s and early 2000s reunion, what’s next for Slow Ride, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Janis Tanaka of Pagan Babies, P!NK & Femme Fatale

Recently, we caught up with veteran bassist, Janis Tanaka of Pagan Babies, P!NK, L7, Femme Fatale, and more. Among other things, we touch on how Janis is kicking off 2022, her early years, her long and varied career in music, what’s next, and a whole lot more.

Alec John Such, Founding Bon Jovi Bassist Dead at Age 70

As reported by Variety Magazine on June 6th, 2022, founding member, and original bassist of Bon Jovi has passed away at the age of 70. At the time of this writing, the bassist’s cause of death is unknown.

An Interview with Chuck Wright, Formerly of Quiet Riot

Recently, I caught up with veteran bassist, Chuck Wright, formally of Quiet Riot. Among other things, we touch on Chuck’s latest record, Sheltering Sky, his formative years with Satyr, working with Bob Kulick, his reasons for moving on from Quiet Riot, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Timothy B. Schmit of The Eagles

As a key member of both Poco and The Eagles, Timothy B. Schmit has graced hallowed stages across the globe, and seen himself become an integral cog in both the country-rock and classic rock machines.

An Interview with Tony Cavazo of Hurricane & SNOW

In addition to seeing his contemporaries become household names and ascend the Billboard charts, Tony Cavazo also kept tabs on the influence his band SNOW had on the momentous hard rock wave that washed over the early 1980s.

An Interview with Steve Ojane of Angel

Recently, we caught up with bassist Steve Ojane, of glam rock outfit, Angel. Among other things, we touch on how Angel is kicking off 2022, Steve’s early years, his long and varied career in music, what’s next on the horizon for Angel in terms of new music, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Rudy Sarzo of Quiet Riot

For Sarzo, who also played on the 1984’s follow-up album Condition Critical, rejoining his flagship band is critical on many levels. While Sarzo’s reemergence captures the spirit and essence of the band’s foundation, his purpose has never been clearer when he takes the stage: Honor his fallen bandmates and carry on the legacy of Quiet Riot.

An Interview with Suzi Quatro

Quatro’s angelic, yet rocking voice, and galloping basslines burst upon an unsuspecting scene with her debut record, Suzi Quatro (1973). As the decade wore on, Quatro remained one of the genres defining figures behind the release of a string of classic albums, Quatro (1974), Your Mamma Won’t Like Me (1975), Aggro-Phobia (1976), and If You Knew Suzi… (1978).

An Interview with Frank Thorwarth of Tankard

Recently, we caught up with veteran thrasher and bringer of bass-driven thunder, Frank Thorwarth of Tankard. Among other things, we touch on how Tankard is kicking off 2022, the band’s early years and formation, their new 80s and early 90s spanning boxset, the recording of their newest record, and a whole lot more.

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