Rock icon Leon Russell is back, starring in a new/old film, A Poem is a Naked Person. Russell may not be, as he puts it, “much of a historian,” but this legendary pianist, guitarist, songwriter, session and studio man, with his signature aviator glasses, top hat and cascading locks and beard, is very much part […]
Move over Snow White, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast for Psyche, the original storybook princess. She is a Greek mythological character whom Apuleius wrote about in the 2nd century BC in The Golden Ass (although Psyche’s sex appeal is renowned, this is not an anatomical reference but rather the only ancient Roman novel written […]
Paul Sorvino speaks with Rock Cellar Magazine about acting, politics, his career, and his hobbies (including sculpture).
In this candid conversation with Rock Cellar Magazine, the SNL alum opens up about his new lead role in How Sweet It Is, Saturday Night Live, mastering his impression of Frank Sinatra, and Brian DePalma.
Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba on Tour Life, Gn’R and his work with anti-bullying website Bullyville
“If you’re going to make sparks you better make sure they don’t burn the artist.” Last month, Rock Cellar Magazine unveiled Part 1 of our exclusive interview with Kosh, art director extraordinaire. In Part II, he goes deeper, recollecting stories about cultural icons and landmarks such as the Who, Linda Rondstadt, Hotel California, Jeff Lynne, […]
Part I: LET IT BE TOLD Since designing his first album cover in 1969 — a little something you might have heard of called Abbey Road — London-born John Kosh is the rock ’n’ roll art director’s art director. In addition to the Beatles he has designed albums for the Rolling Stones, The Who, the […]
Rock Cellar interviews co-directors Kristi Jacobson & Lori Silverbush about their startling new documentary “A Place at the Table” which suggests we have a serious hunger problem in this country. They give ideas on what we can do to help.
Michael Apted is a crossover film phenomenon… The U.K.-born filmmaker has directed extremely commercial Hollywood movies such as: The 1981 romantic comedy Continental Divide with John Belushi, the 1983 Soviet-set crime thriller Gorky Park starring Lee Marvin and William Hurt, the 1988 Rwanda-set biopic Gorillas in the Mist starring Sigourney Weaver as zoologist Dian Fossey, the […]
Documentary filmmaking legend Ken Burns gives a new interview to Rock Cellar Magazine and discusses his two latest film projects “The Dust Bowl” and “The Central Park Five.”