Author Greg Prato speaks with Popdose regarding his new book about Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.
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Kelly Keagy of Night Ranger joins us for an exclusive interview to talk about the band’s forthcoming new album and the 30th anniversary of their classic Midnight Madness release.
Chris Holmes and Ted Asregadoo talk to David Bottrill about mixing “Vapor Trails Remixed.”
The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
Ken Shane interviews one of America’s greatest songwriters
Ted Asregadoo and Matt Wardlaw talk to Ken Caillat about his book, “Making Rumours: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.”
Adam Duritz Talks About His ‘Alien’ Experiences With Counting Crows, Summer Touring & Plans For New Music
The Counting Crows frontman prepares to hit the road, and returns from the creative wilderness with a new batch of songs
From the top of the Kiwi music scene in New Zealand, her comes the Popdose Interview with Aaradhna.
Legendary Session Man Jim Horn On Working With John Denver And Getting Inside The “Genius” Of Brian Wilson
Ted Asregadoo talks to Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter in a podcast version of The Popdose Interview.
Ted Asregadoo chats with Will Parry and Steve Ornest of Fallen Riviera about their lastest record, “Another World.”
A Silent Film talks about America, having fun onstage and rattlesnakes. (Not in that order.)
In the midst of the holiday season, we caught up with Bruce Hornsby. It was indeed, a very merry experience.
The Blue Sky Riders might be the best band you’ve never heard of (featuring a few people you might be familiar with).
You know that one song, but there’s a lot more that you should also know about Dada.
Popdose interviews 16-year-old singer/songwriter Hayley Reardon.
Recalling the rapids with a star of Deliverance.
One of jazz’s most talented guitarists discusses his new album, his career, and where he’s headed next.
The man responsible for one of the best albums of 2011 that you’ve probably never heard.