Legendary rock star and founding member of the band Jay and the Americans, Sandy Yaguda, is having fun bringing his band back to life.
Hits like “Yakety Yak,” “Charlie Brown,” and “Poison Ivy” vaulted the Coasters to stardom. Carl Gardner was the driving force behind them Watch this rare interview with a musical legend.
Guitarist Bob Rafkin’s rich, musical life took him from the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s to working with Joni Mitchell and Arlo Guthrie in LA.
One of the hottest stars of the 1960s is still pumping out new music and thrilling old and new fans.
Legendary rock photographer Robert Altman documented the essence of the 1960s through his camera lens, and now he’s bringing these extraordinary pictures to you.
The man who turned a flute into a rock instrument in his band Jethro Tull is still an original in his 60s.
KISS drummer Peter Criss says he’s reinventing himself in his 60s.
A top vascular surgeon refuses to let his rock and roll dreams die.
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.