Cindy Blackman Santana talks about her new solo album “Give The Drummer Some,” including the message of the project, singing on the album, the guitarists (Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Vernon Reid, and Kirk Hammett), and the album in the context of the happenings of 2020.
Katrina from Katrina & The Waves talks about her new album “Hearts, Loves & Babys,” including the songwriting process, the context of the songs in current society, making music videos, her poodle (who makes a guest appearance), and the songs that could have been the bigger hits instead of “Walking On Sunshine.”
Murph talks to Bill Medley about “An Intimate Evening With The Righteous Brothers” on pay-per-view, his favorite Righteous Brothers song, and more.
John Oates discusses the upcoming “Live In Nashville” release with The Good Road Band. He talks about performing with the musicians and the “Arkansas” album project, how he has evolved as a musician by working with those musicians, his current songwriting, the status of the next Daryl Hall & John Oates project, music in the pandemic era, and more.
Steve Hackett discusses aspects of his 2020 autobiography “A Genesis In My Bed.”
B.J. Thomas talks about the 50th anniversary of “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,” including the songwriting of Burt Bacharach & Hal David, the song’s legacy to him and pop culture, and more.
John DeNicola talks about his own version of “Hungry Eyes” (in the top 30 of the national Adult Contemporary charts at the time of this interview). He also chats about the other song from “Dirty Dancing” that he co-wrote — “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life)” — writing with Franke Previte, writing with John Waite, and his first solo album — “The Why Because” — which came out in October, 2019.