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Paul Dean Talks Loverboy

“We opened with 'Working for the Weekend' and the dance floor was packed. Right there. I went, okay. This is probably gonna do well." Paul Dean, founder of the eighties band Loverboy remembers his biggest hits, including “Working for the Weekend.”

Sounds of the Time: Scott Ian of Anthrax

"December of 1977, I saw Kiss at Madison Square Garden, and I can pretty safely say that I left ... more

Ted Nugent talks "Stranglehold"

"I don't play guitar licks, I am those licks," says "Stranglehold" musician Ted Nugent for Sounds ... more

Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull talks with Sounds of the Time

"We were enamored of this rather loose, slightly rebellious, and very free-flowing music that ... more
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