Chatting with progressive rock legend Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson discusses the Progressive Nation at Sea cruise; his new album with French violinist maestro Jean-Luc Ponty; his upcoming collaboration with Swedish guitarist, vocalist and composer Roine Stolt; the ongoing work on the sequel to his first solo album “Olias of Sunhillow”; his future involvement in a project with ex-Yes partners Rick Wakeman and Trevor Rabin; how he considers himself musically the same guy who started singing in the early 70s; and how his spirituality has impacted his songwriting and compositional style. […]

Chatting with Nashville songwriter/musician Janey Street

Janey Street discusses the music scene in Nashville, how ageism plays a huge part in careers for women including within the music industry, mentoring young artists, how she met the famous rock and roll talent tycoon, Clive Davis of Arista and Columbia Records, musician Janis Ian who is her childhood friend and her vision of the future along with so much more! […]

Chatting with Andrew Lipke of ‘Get the Led Out’

Andrew Lipke of ‘Get the Led Out’ discusses the band’s approach when playing the Zeppelin songs in their shows, why they don’t try to mimic or impersonate Led Zeppelin members during their performances, what other musical projects he is involved with besides playing in the band, what he considers his bigger musical influences and his musical roots and even shared which one he considers the most iconic record of all-time. […]

Chatting with guitar legend Martin Barre

Martin Barre discusses his latest album Back to Steel and his blues-rock music; his early days with Jethro Tull; his strong connection and affection for America; advice for aspiring musicians on how to survive in the music business today; how he is technologically-speaking “old-fashioned”; and also some of the current bands he enjoys listening to today. […]

Chatting with UK hard rock musician James Toseland

Toseland discusses the band’s current tour through Europe and the UK, including their support for Black Stone Cherry; how the band had 3 ½ days to prepare for the tour after Theory of a Deadman’s cancellation; the making of the second album Cradle to Rage with a new line-up and a German label; his love of playing piano, even through his competitive motorcycling years; how he focused on songwriting and music after a serious motorcycle accident; how he met his wife singer/songwriter Katie Melua, who shares his love of rock music, like Queen; working with his brother-in-law guitarist Zurab Melua; and the fan and media’s acceptance of a sportsman entering the music world. […]