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.
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.
Jackie DeShannon’s songs have been covered by everyone from Annie Lennox to Van Morrison. She lent her voice to two of the most iconic love songs of the ’60s and opened for the Beatles on their first U.S. tour. We catch up with this American great.
Songwriter Buzz Cason’s songs have been covered by artists like The Beatles, U2, Pearl Jam, Dolly Parton and Martina McBride, just to name a few. Now in his 70s, he’s still touring and releasing new music. He looks back on his legendary career.
If you were around in the late 1960s and ’70s, you could not go anywhere without seeing the works of Peter Max. Now in his 70s, he’s healthier and happier than ever and still creating works of art and hanging with the coolest people around.
Everyone always talks about how great and significant the 1960s were, but what about the ’70s, particularly 1970? “Rolling Stone” music editor David Browne describes how four major albums — and the breakup of three iconic bands — changed everything
In the ’60s, The Yardbirds burst onto the music scene with big hits and three of the greatest guitarists of all time. The man who held the band together was drummer Jim McCarty. He shares stories from the London club scene that changed music history.
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.
Rock and roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn and his wife, Camilla, are joining us for the full hour! With his guitar in hand, Roger takes an intimate look back at his 50 years in the music business and tells us how he continues to grow and evolve.
He looks like Paul, sounds like Paul and except for being right-handed he even plays like Paul! John Babcock’s career has been a magical mystery tour.