Category Archives: Interviews

Interview with ROGER EARL (FOGHAT)

December 18, 2023

November 2023 Back in 1973 FOGHAT informed the world that they had a long way to go; fast-forward fifty years, and the veterans are still going from strength to strength. Neither fame nor fortune prevented the ensemble – steered towards … Continue reading

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Interview with RICHARD WILLIAMS (KANSAS)

June 14, 2023

June 2023 Unlike the intermittent timelines many of their contemporaries measure in jubilees, the circle of KANSAS’ existence remains unbroken for five decades now – a little hiccup in the mid-’80s can be discounted – and guitarist Richard Williams has … Continue reading

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Interview with PAUL SAMWELL-SMITH

December 6, 2022

December 2022 In terms of perspective, he seemed to have everything: he was a member of THE YARDBIRDS, a British blues band acclaimed for their sonic experiments that would be deemed legendary, and a successful songwriter whose numbers would be … Continue reading

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IAN ANDERSON

January 4, 2022

There’s no need to introduce Ian Anderson: he’s cutting one of the most recognizable figures in the music history. But as much recognizable as he is, Ian’s never the same, he’s always pulling some aural rabbit out of his flute, … Continue reading

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Interview with IAN ANDERSON

December 29, 2021

December 2021 Well aware of his ensemble’s legacy, the oeuvre spanning more than five decades, and never averse to playing the gems that are strewn across the long array of his albums, Ian Anderson is nevertheless loathe living in the … Continue reading

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