Matt Wardlaw and D.X. Ferris are joined by author Greg Renoff to discuss Van Halen Rising, his popular new book that covers the early years of the legendary group.
Michael Fortes scores a last-minute interview in Portland with Norfolk & Western — and totally blows it — in this week’s episode of Parlour to Parlour.
Steven Rosen’s series of journalistic remembrances continues with a look back at a wild weekend spent in the company of the one and only Edward Van Halen.
It was a day of unmatched California beauty; a startling and fiery sun perched high above in a crystal blue sky and blazed down promise. It was an essential day,…
In this week’s edition of Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen travels back in time to 1973, and moments spent in the company of Paul McCartney.
The interview is set for 2:00 PM. At a quarter Á¢€Ëœtil, the black hat, cascading curls, and nose ring saunter through the management officeÁ¢€â„¢s front doors. The receptionist raises eyes…
In this week’s edition of Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen journeys back to 1977, and his time spent in the eye of the Led Zeppelin hurricane.
November 1974, St. Paul, Minnesota Á¢€” In the fall of 1974, Creem magazine flew me out to the Twin Cities to interview Ritchie Blackmore. There had been a renewed interest…
January 1976, Hollywood, California Á¢€” The first time I saw Paul Kossoff play was back in 1969. Free were opening for Blind Faith on their first (and only) US tour….
In this week’s edition of Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen looks back at the time he interviewed — and threw food at — Joe Perry and Aerosmith.
Back for another round of Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen relives his experiences interviewing Pete Townshend in 1979.
This week marks the debut of Steven Rosen’s new column, Caught on Tape, in which he relives his adventures interviewing some of rock ‘n’ roll’s finest. First up: a 1973 chat with Jeff Beck that didn’t go exactly as planned.