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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
Ted Nugent talks "Stranglehold"
"I don't play guitar licks, I am those licks," says "Stranglehold" musician Ted Nugent for Sounds
Burleigh Drummond of Ambrosia talks "How Much I Feel"
"On the basis of this debut, Ambrosia was called the American answer to British progressive rock
Decades talks to Greenwich Village legend Judy Collins
"Judy Collins was a fixture of the early '60s music scene in Greenwich Village, playing some
Sounds of the Times: Lee Greenwood discusses "God Bless the USA"
"Being raised on a farm taught me a lot of things: what it means to help your neighbor, it taught
Sounds of the Time with Richard Marx
"I wrote it in 15 minutes. The fastest song I ever wrote," said Richard Marx of his hit "Right
Jody Watley Talks “Looking for a New Love”
Jody Watley speaks about her career and hit 1987 song “Looking for a New Love.”
John Waite Talks "Missing You"
Musician John Waite speaks about his career and making it big with "Missing You."
Can’t Live Without Your Love and Affection
"My first conscious memory was sitting off to the side of the stage as a two-year-old…watching
Sounds of the Time: The Lennon Sisters
Every Saturday night for 13 years the Lennon Sisters graced television screens across the country
Heard It in a Love Song
“For a whole year I used an excuse not to have to sing it…I didn't want to record that song.
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
Sounds of the Time: JD Souther
"My friends, Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and Don Henley and eventually Warren Zevon, were all
We’re An American Band
The Beatle’s sold-out concert at Shea Stadium will forever go down in history as their most
Paul Dean Talks Loverboy
“We opened with 'Working for the Weekend' and the dance floor was packed. Right there. I went,
Beach Boys’ Mike Love Talks “Good Vibrations”
We all know the song “Good Vibrations” by The Beach Boys, but I bet you don’t know where
Steve Dahl’s Notorious 1979 Disco Demolition
Disco Demolition was a promotional event held at Comiskey Park on July 12, 1979. The Chicago
Robert Cray's Musical Influences
"Well, when I started playing the guitar, it was because of The Beatles. I wanted to be a Beatle