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How many artists can say they had the good fortune of spending studio time with Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham before they joined Fleetwood Mac? Not many, but Walter Egan can. Egan’s breakout 1978 hit, “Magnet and Steel,” featured background vocals from Nicks — who was also the inspiration for the track in the first place. As you can imagine, Egan has some great stories about this experience. In our latest RockCellarTV conversation, Egan sat down with Lauri Reimer for some spirited discussions about that, his career, other anecdotes from throughout his extensive recording career and much more. Enjoy the…

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Todd Rundgren’s Utopia was a major part of Rundgren’s iconic and lasting career, but up until a few months ago it wasn’t one of his more active projects. That extended time away ended with a reunion tour this past spring that saw Rundgren and cohorts Kasim Sulton, Willie Wilcox and Gil Assayas (filling in for keyboardist Roger Powell) play songs to fans across the country — songs that many likely figured they wouldn’t ever get to see performed live anymore. The tour was a dream, in that regard, and for our latest RockCellarTV Ken Sharp sat down with Rundgren, Sulton,…

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From July 16-22, HDNET Movies will air Classic Rock Week, a run of 19 music documentaries hosted and narrated by Stewart Copeland — legendary drummer of the Police and a masterful storyteller, too. In the weeks leading up to the premiere on July 16 (which happens to be Copeland’s birthday), Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp visited Copeland in his studio in Southern California for an exclusive and very candid interview. https://twitter.com/HDNETMOVIES/status/1006959389532491777 Among the topics discussed are the same ones covered in the HDNET docu-series, from the Doors to the Who to Rush (note Copeland’s reverence for Rush’s Neil Peart) to the…

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Judy Collins had stories to tell. Her 2017 album Everybody Knows, a collaborative project with longtime friend/ex-partner Stephen Stills, spawned a fantastic tour blending music, stories and anecdotes that make for an unforgettable show. At a recent stop in Los Angeles, Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp met up with “Sweet Judy Blue Eyes” for our latest RockCellarTV episode. For nearly half an hour, they discuss the new record, the emotional experience of being back onstage with Stills and of the Everybody Knows project, songwriting, and much more. Enjoy it below: This works as a bookend of sorts to our November 2017 feature…

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In early May, Rita Coolidge released Safe in the Arms of Time, a new studio album featuring guest appearances from colleague and close friend Graham Nash, Stan Lynch, Keb’ Mo’, and more. It’s the latest entry to her catalog of timeless music, and a testament to her enduring and lasting career. Recently, Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp caught up with Coolidge at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles for a special RockCellarTV installment — enjoy a career-spanning one-on-one conversation below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_pxzYTEq6E This is our second lengthy chat with Coolidge over the years, as she and Sharp linked up in 2016 for…

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Coming out of Manchester in the early 1960s, Herman’s Hermits, fronted by Peter Noone, forged a timeless career on the strength of some truly classic hits, four of which landed in the Top 3 in the United States. After the Hermits went their separate ways in 1971, Noone began a lengthy solo career and, eventually, began touring as Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone, something he continues doing to this day. Recently, Noone caught up with Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp for a spirited one-on-one interview that serves as our latest RockCellarTV edition — enjoy their conversation about Noone’s first experiences coming…

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The music of America remains timeless. Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley and Dan Peek accomplished quite a lot after forming in England in 1970, with songs including “Horse With No Name,” “I Need You” and “Ventura Highway” earning stake as classics of the genre for years to come. In November, the band released Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973, a collection of rare and otherwise unreleased early recordings of various songs and compositions. Recently, Bunnell was kind enough to pay us a visit for a new installment of our RockCellarTV interview series — and for 45 minutes, he discussed the band’s formation, memories of…

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In March 2017, guitarist Steve Hackett released The Night Siren, an ambitious new album of original material that was his 25th solo album to date. Hackett served in the band Genesis from 1971 to 1977, before making the transition to a solo act. Recently, he’s been on the road, traveling around the world to play shows with material from throughout his expansive and versatile career. At a recent stop in Southern California, Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp had the honor of speaking with Hackett one-on-one for our latest RockCellarTV installment. Enjoy the spirited chat below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjDe5YzQiJI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_BkXkrTP5A We hope you enjoy…

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As one half of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame duo Hall and Oates, John Oates knows a thing or two about a well-crafted pop/rock song — but he also has a deep appreciation for the roots of American music. He explores this on Arkansas, his new solo album that finds Oates and his backing band paying tribute to some classic recordings. With that album’s release fresh in his mind, Oates sat down with Rock Cellar’s Ken Sharp at the world famous Troubadour in West Hollywood before a recent solo gig for our latest installment of RockCellarTV. It follows…

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Singer/songwriter Rick Springfield recently released a new album, The Snake King. A deeply personal collection of material, The Snake King is marked by its lyrical content and Springfield’s raw emotion, which is on full display throughout its 12 songs. For our latest RockCellarTV episode, we’re proud to have caught up with Springfield before a recent concert to talk about the album, his career, his lyrical content and mental health — a topic we’ve seen in the news all too frequently lately, and one that Springfield tackles on his new record. Springfield is the latest star to join the ranks of…

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