At age 35, Mike Sigel was the youngest ever inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. After retiring he became the game’s best known promoter only to return to prove he’s still got it!
It’s just a small publicity photo — or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?
For someone who’s done it all, seen it all and tried it all, all rock ‘n’ roll legend Eric Burdon wants is to not be misunderstood. He’s divulging the secrets, struggles and accomplishments of being a rock hall-of-famer in his new book.
What happens when you give a music legend a home video camera and ask him to record an intimate concert on a train from Florida to New York City? All aboard for a trip through rock history with the Byrds founder Roger McGuinn.
Legendary rock star and founding member of the band Jay and the Americans, Sandy Yaguda, is having fun bringing his band back to life.
The unmistakable voice behind songs like “Dancing in the Streets” and “Nowhere to Run” is more powerful than it’s ever been.
Roger and Camilla joined us live in studio for the entire hour. Roger brought his guitar and took us on a trip thorough the history of rock.
On his 32nd birthday, Roy Pirrung started running to lose weight and quit smoking. Nearly 30 years later, he’s still running and shattering world records.