Interview

Interview: White Reaper. Rising.

Interview: White Reaper. Rising. It's been a big year for Louisville punk-rock quartet White Reaper who are made up of singer and guitarist Tony Esposito, Ryan Hater on keyboard, and twin brothers Sam Wilkerson on bass and Nick Wilkerson on drums. Barely out of their...

Interview: Hamilton Loomis. Texas Star.

If you made a Venn Diagram that had rings with Blues, Rock, Soul, Funk, Pop and Jazz on it, there would be precious little room in the middle – but one of very few names that could occupy the space would be Hamilton Loomis. Loomis, who hails from Galveston, Texas,...

Interview: Chuck Ragan. No Regrets.

Chuck Ragan is backstage at Scala, preparing for his headline London show touring the Till Midnight album with his current band The Camaraderie. He’s a week or so into his latest European tour and, before the doors open, he takes the time to talk about a life without...

Interview: Austin Lucas. Shared Catharsis.

Austin Lucas has traversed the worlds of punk, metal, folk and country. His dark lyrics, sweet vocal tones and acoustic, rootsy sound combine to raise audiences to rebellious rowdiness...or enthrall them into complete adoring silence. You just can’t predict what an...

Interview: Sam Baker. Survivor Turned Storyteller.

Texan-born Sam Baker released Say Grace last year and it went on to become one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2013, with Rolling Stone magazine naming it in their top five country albums of the year. Say Grace was his fourth album, but Baker’s music career...

Interview: Mick Rock. Shooting Stars

Mick Rock has already done six interviews today and is about to start packing for a morning flight out of London. One of the biggest names in music photography in the last four decades, Rock is on a whirlwind media tour to support a newly published paperback...

Interview: Pauline Murray. Invisible Girl.

Pauline Murray is someone I have always wanted to meet and more-so after the release of her post Penetration break up album Pauline Murray & The Invisible Girls. That album disapeared from view for a long long time and now almost 35 years later it gets a full...

Interview: TedZed. Something Wizard.

Strolling down Wigmore Street, London in the sweet September rain Sara Jenkins met up with electronic wiz-kid TedZed. Causing something of a stir in certain circles he is a man of many talents and his songwriting is described as having a touch of Bolan, Rundgren and...

Interview: Jon Anderson. Creating New Spirit.

On a cool English afternoon Tim Price, connected with the legendary Jon Anderson in a sunny California. We learn how a new project with violinist extraordinaire, Jean-Luc Ponty, became a Kickstarter campaign. We delve into the works of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, King...

Interview: Alan White. Yes Drummer.

Alan White, a 40 year mainstay of the innovative rock group Yes, took some time out of his busy New York schedule to get all transatlantic with progster questioner Tim Price. They talk about working with the famous Queen producer, roller skating with Virgin's top...

Interview: Steve Hackett. The Future.

In the third and final part of his interview Steve Hackett talks with Tim Price about the future beyond Genesis reunions or revisited and lets us know about his love of George Harrison and other guitar heroes and remembers a TV show with Eamonn Andrews. Revealing...

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