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‘It was such a powerful day’: Nils Lofgren discusses his new box set’s major Neil Young find

‘It was such a powerful day’: Nils Lofgren discusses his new box set’s major Neil Young find

Lofgren’s ‘Face the Music’ set includes 169 original songs from across his career.

Something Else! Interview: Ted Nugent on his new music, the great outdoors and the state of the union

Something Else! Interview: Ted Nugent on his new music, the great outdoors and the state of the union

Could we possibly see … Ted Nugent for president?

‘The record company was definitely shocked’: Inside Hall and Oates’ most misunderstood album

‘The record company was definitely shocked’: Inside Hall and Oates’ most misunderstood album

“It was really an indication,” John Oates tells us, “of the kind of people that Daryl and I are.”

Gimme Five: Stanley Clarke, Steve Gadd, Steve Lukather, Dave Mason + Brian Ray celebrate Paul McCartney

Gimme Five: Stanley Clarke, Steve Gadd, Steve Lukather, Dave Mason + Brian Ray celebrate Paul McCartney

Collaborators from across his solo career talk about what McCartney has meant to them.

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore’: Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore’: Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

There came a point in the 1980s when E and L chose not to wait for the original P.

Something Else! Interview: Dave Munden of the Tremeloes

Something Else! Interview: Dave Munden of the Tremeloes

Celebrating a band that crafted picture-perfect tunes pulsating with energy and passion.

Something Else! Interview: Keith Law on Velvett Fogg, the influence of Bob Dylan + opening for the Moody Blues

Something Else! Interview: Keith Law on Velvett Fogg, the influence of Bob Dylan + opening for the Moody Blues

Velvett Fogg is best known as the home of a pre-Black Sabbath Tony Iommi.

‘Actually passionate about doing new things’: Ian Anderson ends speculation on future of Jethro Tull

‘Actually passionate about doing new things’: Ian Anderson ends speculation on future of Jethro Tull

Anderson bristles at the idea of being “an old married couple that has to go on display.”

‘Just a bit more organic’: After Journey tour, Neal Schon plans another solo project

‘Just a bit more organic’: After Journey tour, Neal Schon plans another solo project

Schon has released as many albums in the last two years as he did in all of the 2000s.

‘It will take some doing for me to better that’: John Wetton remembers Battle Lines

‘It will take some doing for me to better that’: John Wetton remembers Battle Lines

Originally issued 20 years ago, this album found John Wetton beginning anew as a solo artist.