Toto was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s and the voice of Bobby Kimball was one of the reasons why. Now 69, he explains how his passion for performing keeps him on the road more than 250 days a year and makes him feel better than he’s ever felt in his life.
The Hollies’ Terry Sylvester, another lad from Liverpool who found huge success during the British Invasion, shares stories from this historic era of rock. Plus, find out how he’s reintroducing the group’s classic hit “He Ain’t Heavy” to a whole new generation.
Steve Stover is grateful to be alive and he thinks his life was saved, in part, by rock and roll. Find out how he survived one of the most horrific concert accidents of all time and learned to live again, overcoming incredible obstacles.
Glyn Johns has been there for the creation for some of the greatest albums in rock history. This famed sound engineer shares his memories.
Long before Meghan Trainor, there was another First Lady of Bass — the bass guitar. Meet Carol Kaye, the woman who gave hundreds of classic hits the beat we all groove to!
Not only is Tommy Roe a great performer and the man behind huge hits like “Sheila” and “Dizzy,” he’s been a witness to some of the greatest moments in rock and roll. He takes us back to his days touring with The Beatles and why retirement didn’t “take” for him.
Do you realize it’s already been 50 years since “My Generation” was released? The song is still very much alive and so is the band that gave it life. Roger Daltrey joins us for a fascinating trip through The Who’s 50-year history.
Rocker Boz Skaggs’ career began in the 1960s and is still going strong today. Boz explains why he’s having more fun, how he’s a better player and why he’s working more than ever before.
Colin Blunstone was a member of the legendary British rock band, The Zombies. Colin tells us what it’s like to tour in his 60s compared to touring in the ’60s and why he’s more passionate than ever about making great music.
In 1979, her debut hit, “Chuck E.’s in Love” was the song on everyone’s lips. A Grammy win and a Rolling Stone quickly followed, but fame made Rickie Lee Jones uneasy. So she pushed it all away. We catch up with of music’s all-time greats.