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Tom Guerra Loves Making Rock and Roll Records

Tom Semioli | Posted 10.04.2016 | Entertainment
Tom Semioli

"The music I love is pure. It is guitar, bass, drums, and some keyboards. It's rock and roll! My mantra is 'don't bore us get to the chorus' which goe...

The 1972 David Bowie Performance That Jumpstarted The 21st Century

The Huffington Post | Sara Boboltz | Posted 01.11.2016 | Entertainment

On a summer night in 1972, during what would become a life-changing performance on BBC's influential "Top of the Pops," David Bowie casually draped an...

The Making of the Legendary "Hunky Dory" Album and I Pierce My Ears for David Bowie in 1972

Binky Philips | Posted 11.05.2014 | Entertainment
Binky Philips

Believe me, I loved David Bowie. Crazy love. Second only to The Who for at least a year or so. Actually, pretty much from Space Oddity through Aladdin Sane. For some reason, he lost me with Diamond Dogs.

The Return of a Rock 'n' Roll Diva: Ellen Foley

Tom Semioli | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Tom Semioli

"Good evening ladies and gentlemen, my name is Ellen Foley...what's yours?" To music fans of a certain era, these are welcome words from the stage of the Cutting Room in New York City.

Somewhere East Of Eden: A Conversation with Joe Grushecky, Plus an Exclusive by Dear Georgiana

Mike Ragogna | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

JG: "I've been doing the Nashville thing, going down and doing a lot of co-writes, so I had a ton of songs written and I started recording them here in Pittsburgh. My wife Lee Ann said that I had not struck upon anything that was revealing about myself."

When I'm President and Still On The Road To Freedom: Conversations With Ian Hunter and Alvin Lee

Mike Ragogna | Posted 11.12.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna


What's It All About: Chatting with Pat Metheny, Jonathan Elias, and Viva Voce

Mike Ragogna | Posted 08.16.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Pat Metheny's new album is titled What's It All About, which is based off a line from the song "Alfie." Since this is an unusual approach for Pat Metheny, he tracked him down to talk about it.