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Turn Me On: Airport Impressions

Turn Me On: Airport Impressions

For the latest entry in our Turn Me On category, KCSN.org’s Jim Nelson tells of the talented Maltese band Airport Impressions… Boy was I wrong about Malta. I knew it…

New from Richard Ashcroft – Stream ‘Hold On’, from New LP ‘These People’

New from Richard Ashcroft – Stream ‘Hold On’, from New LP ‘These People’

On May 20, Richard Ashcroft will release a new solo record entitled These People. ‘The longtime lead vocalist of British alt/rock band The Verve premiered a single off the album,…

Turn Me On: The 100 Year War

Turn Me On: The 100 Year War

  In late summer 2014, Eye Detail filmed Paul Freeman performing a new song called Heroes that was to be included on the veteran Welsh singer/songwriter’s soon-to-be-finished debut studio album.…

Andrew W.K. Talks the Party Party, Positivity, Harnessing Energy, Lil’ Bub and Pizza (Q&A)

Andrew W.K. Talks the Party Party, Positivity, Harnessing Energy, Lil’ Bub and Pizza (Q&A)

Andrew W.K. is many things. Since partying his way onto the scene in 2001 with his debut album I Get Wet, he’s been a larger-than-life icon dedicated to one thing, and…

Behind the Curtain: Bonding with Rory Gallagher

Behind the Curtain: Bonding with Rory Gallagher

For this month’s Behind the Curtain installment, Steve Rosen recounts a special kinship with late guitar icon Rory Gallagher.  Rory Gallagher was a reluctant hero, a soft-spoken Irishman offstage who was…

Robin Zander of Cheap Trick – The Interview

Robin Zander of Cheap Trick – The Interview

For years, Cheap Trick was the worst kept secret in rock and roll, a hugely talented band that defines the ethos of hard work, boundless creativity and consummate musicianship but…

Feelin’ Stronger Every Day: Q&A with Founding Chicago Drummer Danny Seraphine

Feelin’ Stronger Every Day: Q&A with Founding Chicago Drummer Danny Seraphine

With over 130 million albums sold worldwide, Chicago became one of the world’s biggest rock and roll bands thanks to their signature horn-driven, jazz/rock sound. Throughout the ‘70s, Chicago were a…

Still Twisted: An Interview with Jay Jay French of Twisted Sister

Still Twisted: An Interview with Jay Jay French of Twisted Sister

When Twisted Sister first assaulted the radio airwaves and MTV with their fist-pumping anthem, We’re Not Gonna Take It, for the music world at large it seemed as if the…

Daryl Hall & John Oates’ New York City – Photo Essay

Daryl Hall & John Oates’ New York City – Photo Essay

“Think I’ll Spend Eternity in the City…” Daryl Hall and John Oates, just before playing a triumphant, sold-out show at New York’s Madison Square Garden in February, announced a huge…

In Appreciation of The Raspberries

In Appreciation of The Raspberries

Why the Raspberries will ALWAYS matter to me, and why they SHOULD matter to you The focus of the new HBO series Vinyl has been the music industry of the early 1970s –…

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