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Author Ivor Levene

Interviewing someone who has spent time inside The Rolling Stones can be a daunting task for a journalist. With the exception of the “core four”, band members are careful about what they can and can’t say, and sometimes the interviewer may actually know what’s on the radar for the band more than the interviewee.  Bernard Fowler has been a member of the Stones’ extended band for over 25 years, singing backup vocals on both live and recorded albums since 1989,  a term that exceeds the age of most bands. His work with the Stones actually goes back to his days…

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Nancy Wilson and Liv Warfield of Roadcase Royale (Photo: Jeremy Danger) In the past year or so, there has been much talk in the press regarding the breakup of Heart. Unfortunately, when you live your life in the public eye, even the slightest event gets put under the microscope of popular culture. What happened between sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson has led many to assume that Heart is no longer, but one should never say never. I’m not going to address the split here, nor did I bring it up in the following interview, because it has nothing really to…

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It is 10:30 on a Tuesday morning, a morning which can best be described as a “proper” English morning.  You must go to England to really experience a proper English morning, the sun shines brightly, but there is no oppressive heat.  There’s a crisp breeze blowing, which is all the better because all the streets nearby are decked out in bunting, Union Jacks, and English flags.  As far as the eye can see, there are decorations strung between building creating a sea of red, white and blue.  Why all the flags?  I’m here just a few days after the royal…

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In almost any interview with Three Dog Night vocalist Chuck Negron, the conversation inevitably turns to drugs, their abuse, and redemption. Negron famously became a heroin addict at the height of his career, but eventually emerged from it in the 1980s, and you could say he’s been on a mission to warn others ever since.  He speaks very frankly and openly about it and doesn’t shy away from the conversation. I recently spoke with the legendary front man about a wide range of topics including his latest album, the fan-funded Generations, his time in Three Dog Night, his Latino heritage,…

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