When Julie C. Myers becomes Stevie Nicks on stage the transformation is incredible. Now, her debut album Rock On, proves she’s a force… as herself!
Growing up in Greenwich Village in the ’60s, Bill Curreri fell in love with music, but as is often the case, life pushed him in another direction. Now, at 63, he’s just released his first album and he explains what you can take away from his story.
Billy Franks is a singer/songwriter that you’ve probably never heard of. That’s OK, neither had 10 of biggest stars of rock. So why did they record songs for a tribute album to him? He explains.
Even when they’re pushed aside, dreams don’t die. They can lie dormant for decades until old friends, old memories or old pictures bring them back to life. For a band called the Lazy Souls, it took 40 years.
The frontman for The B-52s, the greatest party band of all time, explains what happened to the band when it became an “overnight success” and why it was suddenly stressful. Plus, find out how the 61-year-old is still finding new ways to rock.
Roger McGuinn grants Growing Bolder exclusive access to his home studio for a recording of one of The Byrds’ biggest and most beloved hits. Wait until you see how he can still play that 12-string Rickenbacker!
In the early 1970s, no one was bigger than Grand Funk Railroad. Mark Farner was the group’s lead singer, guitarist and songwriter, and he says the lessons he learned then remain true today — it’s all about love.
He took a job as a freelance photographer for an event called Woodstock. Little did he know his life would never be the same. His photos have frozen the most talked about moments in music history in time for us all.
Rock historian Pete Fornatale’s new book on Woodstock paints the clearest picture yet of the most important concert event in the history of rock.
He’s one of the greatest guitarists in the music business, playing with everyone from KISS to Meat Loaf to Michael Bolton, and he’s grateful for every opportunity he’s had to leave his mark on rock.