Rob Humphrey recently spoke with two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash. They discuss Graham’s new album This Path Tonight (Out now), who is Graham’s favorite songwriter and why we don’t hear anymore protest songs.
Paul Mendenhall recently had a chat with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame producer Glyn Johns. Johns produced or engineered many of Rocks classic albums including some by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones. Recently he released Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles , Eric Clapton, The Faces . . . telling his tale of life in the recording studio.
Rob Humphrey recently sat down Harry Connick, Jr. They discuss how growing up in New Orleans influenced Connick’s music, his new album That Would Be Me, and why he decided to take a more traditional approach to releasing it.
Laura Duncan had the opportunity to speak with legendary Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. Listen to their conversation as they discuss The Rolling Stones recent Zip Code Tour (which featured a stop at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway), how Crosseyed Heart was made and why it took so long to be released and the new documentary on Netflix, Keith Richards: Under The Influence. Laura also talks with Keith about the energy it takes to go on tour with The Rolling Stones and the joys of being a grandfather.
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