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  • Musical Companions: Rich Robinson Reunites with Birds of a Feather to Form The Magpie Salute

    The Magpie Salute

    “I’m not denying that I was in that band for 24 years. That’s a huge portion of my life’s work. I’m not shunning it and I’m not turning away from it and pretending that it didn’t happen. That’s music I’m proud of.” That’s Rich Robinson talking about his nearly quarter of a century stint in … Continue reading Musical Companions: Rich Robinson Reunites with Birds of a Feather to Form The Magpie Salute

  • Almost Here: Mark Slaughter’s Solo Set ‘Halfway There’ Due May 26

    Slaughter namesake Mark Slaughter’s second solo set Halfway There is almost here. The follow-up to the stellar hard rock singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer/engineer, etc, etc’s 2015 solo debut Reflections in a Rear View Mirror is slated to arrive on May 26. Released via EMP Label Group, the US-based label of Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, Halfway There features a … Continue reading Almost Here: Mark Slaughter’s Solo Set ‘Halfway There’ Due May 26

  • Foreigner 4(0): Mick Jones, Foreigner Celebrate Four Decades of Being Juke Box Heroes

    “Feels Like the First Time” off Foreigner’s 1977 self-titled debut album was the first of countless hits produced by the band that featured members from both side of the Atlantic. “That Was Yesterday,” found on 1984’s Agent Provocateur, arrived on our shores and around the globe seven years later. Today – four decades worth of … Continue reading Foreigner 4(0): Mick Jones, Foreigner Celebrate Four Decades of Being Juke Box Heroes

  • WATCH: Styx Talks New Album, Outer Space and the Ups and Downs of the Music Biz

    Tommy Shaw, James “JY” Young and Lawrence Gowan of Styx recently stopped by the studio at Q104 in New York to talk with Jim Kerr about their forthcoming album The Mission, their connection to Pluto, and how they’ve survived the ups and downs of the music business. Listen and watch below. The Mission, due out … Continue reading WATCH: Styx Talks New Album, Outer Space and the Ups and Downs of the Music Biz

  • Lights “On” in Tokyo: Guitar God Delivers Michael Schenker Fest Live Tokyo

    Legendary axeman Michael Schenker is frequently mentioned among rock royalty when it comes to his seemingly Samurai sword play, precision way of attacking his instrument. Truly among the nobility in the hierarchy of rock guitarists, Schenker has been shredding his six-stringed axes since the age of 15 and has been the force and face behind … Continue reading Lights “On” in Tokyo: Guitar God Delivers Michael Schenker Fest Live Tokyo

  • Tesla’s Troy Luccketta Talks Tour with Def Leppard and Poison, Plus Upcoming Album

    Tesla is once again gearing up to hit the road with longtime pals Def Leppard and Poison. The three-month North American outing sets sail this Saturday, April 8 in Manchester, NH. The pride of Sacramento, CA, the five-man band – now featuring original members vocalist Jeff Keith, guitarist Frank Hannon, drummer Troy Luccketta and bassist … Continue reading Tesla’s Troy Luccketta Talks Tour with Def Leppard and Poison, Plus Upcoming Album

  • Rock of Stages: Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Talks Triple-Strength Tour with Tesla and Poison

    Def Leppard is set to launch a three-month trek across North America with Poison and Tesla in tow, starting this Saturday, April 8 in Manchester, NH. No strangers to rockin’ stages worldwide, Def Leppard also just premiered the live video for “Animal,” which comes off the group’s brand new concert film, And There Will Be … Continue reading Rock of Stages: Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Talks Triple-Strength Tour with Tesla and Poison

  • Michael Des Barres Talks Love, Obsession, and the Key to the Universe [LISTEN]

    On a recent visit to KLOS 95.5 in Los Angeles, Michael Des Barres spoke with Heidi & Frank about love, obsession and his new album, The Key To The Universe. Listen below. Interview and photos courtesy of The Heidi and Frank Show and KLOS/Los Angeles.

  • David Gilmour Discusses “The Wall” with CDJ’s Paul Rappaport

    CDJ’s Paul Rappaport interviews David Gilmour on his house boat/recording studio Astoria in September 2011 about the making of “The Wall”.

  • David Gilmour Discusses “Wish You Were Here” with CDJ’s Paul Rappaport

    CDJ’s Paul Rappaport interviews David Gilmour on his house boat/recording studio Astoria in September 2011 about the making of “Wish You Were Here”.  

  • The Magpie Salute - Available June 9th
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