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What About Bob Dylan?: The Lost 1986 Tom Petty / Mike Campbell Interview

What About Bob Dylan?: The Lost 1986 Tom Petty / Mike Campbell Interview

Bill DeYoung caught up with Tom Petty during his fertile collaborative period with Bob Dylan, but most of their talk went unpublished. Until now.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ gritty Mojo was more than just the blues

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ gritty Mojo was more than just the blues

Released on June 15, 2010, Tom Petty’s ‘Mojo’ built off a rootsy foundation, extending their reign as the most sophisticated garage band in America.

Classic Rock Songs Sung by the Other Guy: Gimme Five

Classic Rock Songs Sung by the Other Guy: Gimme Five

Most bands have an acknowledged lead singer. But what about when others took over for the Rolling Stones, Heartbreakers, Queen, Doors and Faces?

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “You’re Gonna Get It” (1978)

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “You’re Gonna Get It” (1978)

Petty began to take control of his vocal gifts on the second Heartbreakers album.

One Track Mind: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “U Get Me High” (2014)

One Track Mind: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “U Get Me High” (2014)

The Heartbreakers offer plenty of edge, but what stands out is what’s not there this time.

Tom Petty, “American Dream Plan B” from Hypnotic Eye (2014): One Track Mind

Tom Petty, “American Dream Plan B” from Hypnotic Eye (2014): One Track Mind

Tom Petty said his new album was going to rock. And, it’s clear now, he meant it.

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty , “When The Time Comes” from You’re Gonna Get It! (1978)

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty , “When The Time Comes” from You’re Gonna Get It! (1978)

Did Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers fall into “the second-album dilemma”?

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “American Girl” (1976)

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “American Girl” (1976)

What a way to close their self-titled 1976 debut album.

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Luna” (1976)

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Luna” (1976)

The story of “Luna” begins in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Shelter Records, with whom the Heartbreakers were signed when their eponymous debut was released, was founded and run by Denny Cordell (who produced the album) and Leon Russell

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Mystery Man” (1976)

Into the Great Wide Open: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Mystery Man” (1976)

Tom Petty sets the record straight with Paul Zollo in Conversations With Tom Petty, concerning a very particular label that is often cast upon the Heartbreakers: “We’re always referred to as a Southern band,” he says.

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