Music Interviews

Do you remember your first math class? After being introduced to the wide world of numbers, you began learning that 1+1 = 2; 2+2 = 4; 2+3 = 5; 6 +3 = 9 and so on. As well, it didn’t matter if you wrote 2+3 or 3+2, the answer is still five. This is known […]

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Check out this three-way discussion covering the entire Uriah Heep catalog. Skull Sessions host Bob Nalbandian is joined by my friend and metal expert Martin Popoff and former publishing editor of Metal Rendezvous magazine John Strednansky. The trio talk about Heep records from Very ‘Eavy Very ‘Umble up to the latest release, Wake The Sleeper.

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The 1970s were, for many, the glory days of Southern Rock. All across the south great music could be heard from bands such as The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Outlaws, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Wet Willie, Marshall Tucker Band and many more. Of those bands that “made it,” dozens more enjoyed a run of regional popularity, […]

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Sweden’s Yngwie Malmsteen is one of rock’s most influential and original guitarists. When most guitarists were woodshedding to copy Eddie Van Halen’s tapping technique in the late ’70s and early ’80s, Malmsteen looked much farther back for his inspiration, to the unlikely world of classical music and composers such as Antonio Vivaldi, J.S. Bach and […]

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In the world of progressive rock, few albums have enjoyed the critical and fan acclaim of Genesis’ The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway. The 1974 release was in many ways the culmination of the musical explorations of Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Steve Hackett and Phil Collins – the five had previously recorded the […]

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Hailing from the tiny Isle of Man, Back Door Slam are a three-piece outfit making big waves on this side of the Atlantic. Taking musical cues from past greats such as John Mayall, Eric Clapton, Albert King and Rory Gallagher, and in turn the masters who inspired them, Back Door Slam put their powerful spin […]

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Stu Nunnery – 35 Years On: The Interview

by TW on November 3, 2008

If you’ve never heard of Stu Nunnery, you’re probably not alone, but it would be your loss. Nunnery is a singer/songwriter who released one self-titled album on the short-lived Evolution label in 1973. The nine-song LP showcased a heady talent, playing a mix of folk-rock that fans of Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot and […]

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Vocalist Rob Halford needs little introduction. After more than 35 years in the rock ‘n’ roll game, his distinctive voice and uncompromising pursuit of perfection have brought him the well-deserved title of metal god. But as fans of Judas Priest and Halford’s other projects know, he is capable of far more than just screaming for […]

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Uriah Heep founding member and guitarist Mick Box took time from his busy touring schedule to speak with CRMB about the band’s long overdue album, Wake The Sleeper, new drummer Russell Gilbrook and more. Read on! It’s been 10 years since you released your last studio album. What took so long for Wake The Sleeper […]

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A very cool blast from the past as keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman chats with vocalist Chris Farlowe, of the Thunderbirds, Colosseum, Atomic Rooster, as well as his own solo efforts.

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