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The VVN Music Podcast includes reviews, features and interviews with the veteran music artists that have been recording for twenty years or more in pop, rock, R&B/soul, country, folk and blues. All music samples used during this show are strictly for news reporting, editorial & review use and do not exceed 30 seconds in length, falling under the fair use clause of the copyright act.
 
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Dick Taylor started his career with school friends Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in a group they called the Rollin' Stones but left before they cut their first album to return to art school. The next year, Dick and Phil May started the Pretty Things with whom he stayed until 1969 after the release of the now critically acclaimed but initially fail…
 
On March 23, Procol Harum released an eight-disc box set chronicling the band's history both in the studio and live. The one person who has been there for that entire history is lead singer Gary Brooker. Brooker and Robin Trower came from the band the Paramounts, who had a couple of minor hits in Britain in the early-60's before forming Procul Haru…
 
This time, we go back to 2012 for an archive interview with Tommy Roe. Tommy was one of the rare artists who was able to keep his songs in the top ten for most of the 60's, from 1962's "Sheila" through the late-60's and early-70's with "Dizzy" and "Jam Up and Jelly Tight". Roe also toured twice with the Beatles, once in the U.K. and once in the U.S…
 
Rachael Sage is a true Renaissance woman of the arts. Over her lifeshe has danced with the New York City ballet, taught herself piano, painted, acted, started her own record company and become a successful singer-songwriter. Since 1996, she has released fifteen full length albums and EPs including her LP of music for dance, Choreographic, and her n…
 
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Glenn Hughes has had a long and very active career in music, first with the British group Trapeze and, starting in 1973, as a member of Deep Purple Mk. III and IV. It was with Deep Purple that he sang and played bass on the albums Burn, Stormbringer, Come Taste the Band and the live set, Made in Europe. After Deep …
 
Paula Cole started her career in the clubs around her native Boston before being asked to join Peter Gabriel's Secret World Tour. Her exposure from that tour and her first album, Harbinger, got her signed to Warner Brothers where she released This Fire which went on to be nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammys along with six other categorie…
 
According to Rolling Stone, Carl Palmer is one of the ten best drummers in music. He started his career in the late-60's with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown and Atomic Rooster before forming Emerson, Lake and Palmer with the late Keith Emerson and Greg Lake. Together, they created a rare mix of rock and classical music that was a cornerstone in th…
 
Ross the Boss Friedman has been a mainstay of the music business for over forty years. In 1973, he was a founding member of the punk icons The Dictators and, in 1980, he started the hard rock band Manowar. Plus, he's been involved in recordings for a wide variety of other artists over the years. We talk with Ross on the forming of both bands, his w…
 
Singer and guitarist Tommy Victor got his start in music working at CBGB in New York as a sound engineer and, in 1986, got together with a fellow employee, Mike Kirkland, and ex-Swans drummer Ted Parsons to form Prong. Prong released their debut EP, Primitive Origins in 1987 and full LP, Force Fed, in 1989 before signing a deal with Epic Records wh…
 
Jett Williams was born just five days after her father, Hank Williams died at the age of 29. Her birth mother gave her up for adoption and it wasn't until the early-80's that she researched her heritage and found out her father was a country icon. After a court battle to be accepted as one of William's true heirs, she joined forces with her brother…
 
Killer Queen have never recorded an album, yet they have fans around the world for their spot on tribute to the music of Queen. Patrick Myers has fronted the band since it was formed by students at a London university just weeks before the death of Freddie Mercury in 1991. Within two years, they were on London's West End with their show and, since,…
 
Peter Cetera was one of the three main voices of Chicago, along with Robert Lamm and Terry Kath, from their beginnings until the album Chicago 17 and singing such favorites as 25 or 6 to 4, Feelin' Stronger Every Day, Call on Me, If You Leave Me Now, Hard to Say I'm Sorry and You're the Inspiration but, in 1985, disagreements with the band and mana…
 
The British heavy metal band Diamond Head has had a major influence on the world of metal music over the last forty years. Formed in 1976, the band released their first two albums independently in the early 80's before singing with MCA Records. That early music found its way to the ears of groups like Metallica and Megadeth with the former covering…
 
For our fortieth episode, we go back four years to a 2013 interview with classic rock drummer Carmine Appice. Carmine, along with his brother Vinnie, are two of the strongest drummers in rock music. His long history has taken him through Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck, Bogert & Appice, KGB and other groups along with playing in the recording and touri…
 
Melissa Manchester has had a tremendous career as a singer-songwriter, scoring numerous hits and working with the best in the business. Four years ago, she ventured out on her own, running an Indiegogo campaign to finance her new album, You Gotta Love the Life. Now, she is using Indiegogo again for a new set, The Gents, a companion to her 1989 albu…
 
Terry Ilous and Patt Fontaine came to America from their native France in the mid-80's where they put together the rockers XYZ. Over the next six years, the band would release two studio albums, break up and eventually reform with two more albums coming out in the mid-2000's. In 2010, Ilous filled in for Jack Russell in Great White and, a year late…
 
This week, we celebrate the upcoming second anniversary of the VVN Music Podcast by going back to our very first episode with John Lodge of the Moody Blues. For those that may have missed it at the time, we recorded the interview just as John was about to release his first solo album in 38 years called 10,000 Light Years Away. Then, it's off to Aus…
 
George Frayne has been playing music for fifty years, 46 years of which have been under the name of Commander Cody. With his band, the Lost Planet Airmen, he has recorded a long line of both studio and live albums that combine such diverse genres as rock, rockabilly, country, gospel, R&B and country swing. Commander Cody recently released a brand n…
 
This week, we go back to 2012 for an interview with Freddy Cannon. At the time, Cannon was promoting his memoir, "Where the Action Is!", a no holds barred look at his career and the music business. Our conversation moved from where Cannon feels he should be placed in the world of rock music, his family and wife and how they fit into his career, his…
 
Michael Schenker returns to the VVN Music Podcast for the second time in a year with another live album. Last June, we talked with him about the live set with his band Temple of Rock, On a Mission, Live in Madrid. This time around, it's Michael Schenker Fest: Live in Japan which celebrates the music of the Michael Schenker Band with three of their …
 
Cindy Lee Berryhill started her music career in the late 80's as part of the anti-folk movement, a term which she is credited with creating. In 1987, she released her debut album on Rhino Records, Who's Gonna Save the World and followed with Naked Movie Star in 1989 and Garage Orchestra in 1994. At the same time, she had a budding relationship with…
 
This week we're going back to 2012 for an interview with singer Tracy Nelson. Tracy started her career in the mid-60's with the folk album Deep Are the Roots. After a period when she spent time in and around the Chicago Blues scene, she moved to California where she formed Mother Earth. Over her career, Tracy has released six albums with the band a…
 
Punky Meadows was a part of the music scene from the mid-60's to the mid-80's as a member of The Cherry People, Bux and Angel. It was that latter group that brought Punky his greatest success as they followed KISS onto Casablanca Records where they released six albums over six years but the collapse of their record company sent Meadows into a nearl…
 
In the 60's, Chip Taylor wrote such hits as the Troggs' "Wild Thing", Merilee Rush's "Angel of the Morning", the Hollies' "I Can't Let Go" and Janis Joplin's "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)". By the 70's, he had signed with Buddah and became a successful singer/songwriter before dropping out of music to become a professional gambler. Lucky for fans…
 
We're going back to January of 2014 this weeks for an interview with the great Paul Rodgers. Rodgers is one of those rarities that has not only found success in a series of bands including Free, Bad Company, the Firm, the Law and Queen + Paul Rodgers, but also as a solo artist. When we talked to Rodgers in 2014, he was about to release his new solo…
 
For the first time, we have two guests this week on the VVN Music Podcast. John Mayall is one of the greatest of the British blues men and the man who gave a start to such musical giants as Eric Clapton, Peter Green, John McVie, Mick Taylor, Andy Fraser, Jon Mark and John Almond, Harvey Mandel, Walter Trout and Coco Montoya. His latest album, the 6…
 
Jeannie Seely is about to celebrate her 50th anniversary of becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry, an honor that she says is one of the great achievements of her career. Since the mid-60's, Seely has not only been a successful recording artist but also a songwriter whose music has been recorded by Irma Thomas, Ernest Tubb, Merle Haggard, Etta Jam…
 
For most people, Dennis Coffey is best known for his early-70's hits "Scorpio" and "Taurus", but his many career highlights include studio work and production including: Bringing psychedelic guitar to the Motown sound on such hits as "Cloud Nine" and "Ball of Confusion" by the Temptations. Playing electric sitar on Freda Payne's "Band of Gold". Bei…
 
B.J. Thomas has had an impressive career with hits in Pop, Christian and Country. In 2013, he rerecorded a number of those hits but with updated arrangements and, for a majority of cuts, with duet partners like Vince Gill, Richard Marx, Isaac Slade of The Fray, Lyle Lovett, Keb Mo and Steve Terrell. The resulting album, The Living Room Sessions, pr…
 
Henry Paul has had success in not one, not two, but three bands over the last 44 years. He was a founding member of the Outlaws and has had a number of stints with the band over the years. In the 80's he had his own Henry Paul Band while, in the 90's, he started the country hitmakers Blackhawk. Today, he is in both the Outlaws and Blackhawk with on…
 
For 47 years, Mick Box has been the guitarist and the driving force behind the classic British rock band Uriah Heep. BMG has recently started a reissue series with deluxe editions of the Uriah Heep catalog along with a new anthology, Your Turn to Rememeber: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990. Two-CD sets with rarities of their first two albums, Ver…
 
Randy Bachman is the only person to be inducted twice into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame (a fact he didn't know until this interview) as a member of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. This is an archive interview from 2014 when he was releasing his DVD Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story. We talk about his early years playing in ban…
 
Jesse James Dupree was one of the co-founders of the southern rock and metal band Jackyl who have just released their latest album, ROWYCO. Along with being a musician, Dupree also owns his own record label and management company, liquor company and is a partner in the Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis, SD, producing and co-starring in the popular re…
 
When we last talked with Jon Anderson, he was releasing a new album with Jean Luc Ponty, Better Late Than Never. Now, he has two new projects. The first, with Swedish guitar great Roine Stolt, is the result of the two artists meeting during a rock cruise. Their new album, Invitation of Knowledge, is available now. The other project brings together …
 
Our guest is Roger Earl, longtime drummer for Foghat. Roger was originally a member of Savoy Brown before breaking off in 1970 with bandmates Dave Peverett and Tony Stevens along with Black Cat Bones guitarist Rod Price to form Foghat. With numerous changes in personnel over the years, Earl has been the one constant in the band. He has played on ev…
 
Our guest is classic rock guitarist Michael Schenker. Schenker played his first gig at the age of 11 with his brother Rudolph's band, The Scorpions. By 17, he was a full member of the group before leaving to join UFO. Over the years, Michael has played with a number of other bands along with his own Michael Schenker Group, the McCauley Schenker Gro…
 
Our guest for this episode is Canadian singer Lee Aaron. Aaron emerged in the early-80's with her album The Lee Aaron Project. While selling well in Canada, Aaron also made a name for herself in England where, even though the album was never officially released, it gained a strong cult following. Through the rest of the 80's and into the 90's, Lee …
 
Our guest for this episode is entertainer Bobby Rydell. Rydell made a name for himself in the late 50's through the mid-60's with a long series of hit singles but, even while being a teen idol, he was branching out into singing at the Copacabana, in film and on television variety shows. In 2012, he narrowly escaped death when a kidney and liver wer…
 
Our guest this episode is L.J. Reynolds of the classic R&B group the Dramatics. In 2012, we wrote about Reynolds being dismissed as lead singer and manager of the group. What we didn't know is that, just weeks later, Reynolds was able to legally obtain the Dramatics name in a court ruling. He recently contacted us about the situation and we asked h…
 
This is the second time we've had the honor to talk with Nils Lofgren (our previous interview). He has recently released his new live album, UK2015 Face the Music Tour, one of a long line of solo releases from throughout his almost fifty year career. Lofgren released his first album with his group Grin in 1971 and began a solo career four years lat…
 
Our guest today is Steve Hackett who was the guitarist for Genesis from 1970 to 1976, later recording numerous solo albums along with playing in the band GTR with Steve Howe. This year alone, Steve has released his solo album, Wolflight, a deluxe version of his album with GTR, a multi-disc retrospective of his early albums on Premonitions: The Earl…
 
Our guest is Jon Anderson who is best known as the guitarist and singer for Yes with whom he played almost constantly from 1968 to 2008. Today, he is exploring other avenues for his music including the new Anderson Ponty Band with French violinist Jon Luc Ponty. Their first album, Better Late Than Never, was recently released via Liaison Music and …
 
Our guest is singer/songwriter, musician and radio personality Michael Stanley started his career in the late 60's with his band Silk who released one album on ABC before Stanley went solo, recording two classic country tinged solo albums. In 1975, he premiered The Michael Stanley Band, moving into the rock mainstream with a series of albums that c…
 
Our guest is Lloyd Price whose 1952 hit Lawdy Miss Clawdy set the tone for the upcoming Rock and Roll explosion and became one of the first big crossover hits from R&B to white audiences. Clawdy kicked off a career that would see Price climb into the R&B top ten a total of fourteen times and into the Pop top three with Stagger Lee, Personality and …
 
Probably best known as the drummer for David Letterman's World's Most Dangerous Band and, when he changed networks, the CBS Orchestra, Anton Fig has also worked with a long list of artists since the 70's. Fig was born and raised in South Africa but moved to Boston in his late teens to study at the New England Conservatory of Music. After graduation…
 
In the first of our archive shows, we go back to last year when we interviewed Susan Cowsill and Vicki Peterson as the Psycho Sisters, who were releasing an album 20 years in the making, "Up On the Chair, Beatrice". The duos great senses of humor and love for the project made this one of the most entertaining interviews that we've ever done at VVN …
 
The VVN Music Podcast Episode 4 with Guest Ted Kalo of the Music First Coalition. If you listen to any episode of the VVN Music Podcast, this is the one. Veteran music artists are looking at a future where they could receive no income for the music that they've recorded. Currently, most of these musicians are paid when one of their recordings is so…
 
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