Interviews & Encounters


Amazing Rhythm Aces: Third-rate Romance, First-Rate Rock

Angel: Hard-Rock Messengers

Tommy Bolin: Deep Purple Changes Hue

Johnny Bristol: Interview with a Motown Great

Hamilton Camp: An Interview with the Folk Singer

Roger Daltry: Daltry Meets the Press

Betty Davis: Money, That’s What I Want—A Candid Interview with Miles Davis’s Ex-Wife

Spencer Dryden: A Front-row Seat for Rock’s First Three Decades

Betty Everett: The Reluctant Pop Star

Kye Fleming: An Early Encounter with the Legendary Nashville Songwriter

Steve Forbert: An Interview with Steve Forbert (video excerpts here*)

James Griffin: A Slice of Bread

Dan Hicks: 1972 Interview

Horslips: Celtic Rock Pioneers

Millie Jackson: Crisco Tears and Deleted Laughter

Tommy James: I Think I’m All Grown Now

Billy Joel: Searching for the Piano Man

Mick Jones: An Interview with Foreigner’s Founder & Leader*

The Lettermen: “We’ve Got Our Audience Pegged”

Gordon Lightfoot: 1970 Interview

Marshall Tucker Band: Down Home with the Marshall Tucker Band

Roger McGuinn: The Ex-Byrd Talks About Bob Dylan and More

Elliott Murphy: Fleeing the Suburbs

Nektar: Food for Five Senses

Bob Neuwirth: Have Guitar, Will Hustle

Oregon: A State of Union

Quicksilver Messenger Service: Not Quite Happy Trails

Righteous Brothers: Pick Up the Pieces

Tom Rush: 1970 Interview

Buffy Sainte-Marie: The Secret Lives of Buffy Sainte-Marie

John Sebastian: An Interview with Lovin’ Spoonful’s John Sebastian (video excerpts here*)

Bruce Springsteen: Say Hello to Last Year’s Genius

Stampeders: Sweet City Woman—The Stampeders’ Rock & Roll Dream

Starbuck: Moonlighting Pays Off

Steely Dan: Walking the Tightrope in Star City

Alan Stivell: Celt around the Clock

Stevie Van Zandt: Little Steven’s Big Life (video excerpts here)*

Tom Waits: The Beats Go On

Frank Wakefield: Mandolin Wizard

Wolfman Jack: The Mouth Heard Round the World

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