We’ve spoken with a variety of interesting, high profile musical performers over the years and of many differing genres.
In 2009, Grace Slick from Jefferson Airplane was fascinating to talk with. She was a cultural icon of the 1960’s / 1970’s. She performed at the infamous Woodstock music festival of 1969 and then later at the tragic Altamont concert in California in support of The Rolling Stones in which many music critics dubbed the event the end of the “Flower Power generation” This interview in its differing episodes has accumulated well over 200,000 views on You Tube. Many Jefferson Airplane “scholars” have commented on new information we were able to get from Grace during this revealing and compelling interview.
Our full story / interview on Grace Slick can be heard here: When the truth is found to be lies – Grace Slick reveals the true story
Another interesting musician we have spoken to was Berton Averre who penned one the biggest selling U.S records of all time in My Sharona and The Knack. In this compelling interview Berton talks about the phenomenal success of the band, the way the critics “savaged” the band and practically stalled any momentum the band tried to take with them into the 1980’s. Berton also candidly and emotionally talks about the loss of his close composing buddy and leader of the Knack in Doug Fieger.
Our full story / interview with Berton Averre of The Knack can be heard here: No one hit wonder that’s for sure! – The Knack & Berton Averre
Steve Kilbey is the much loved lead singer / bass player of the classic Australian Band The Church. The band achieved enormous success in the USA with Under The Milky Way. The band has released over 30 LP’s and continues to tour the world. They are currently touring the United States of America.
Our full story / interview with Steve Kilbey of The Church can be heard here: An Australian national treasure – Steve Kilbey – The Church