Warren Haynes joined Carter Alan live in the studio today. Listen to the interview in full.
I had the chance to speak with long time Crüe guitarist Mick Mars awhile back before the final tour was announced and he had some telling comments on his thoughts of touring and a life of playing. His comments might be ironic at best with the end of an era of Rock-n-Roll excess.
K&M talked with Mr. Morrissey about what “The Governor” does in real life situations before talking about his latest role in Extant with Halle Berry on CBS.
One thing has remained true about Styx: They’re always about the show, regardless of the battle between worlds within! That’s what guitarist James Young said in a new interview on Sixx Strings.
Blue Oyster Cult’s Eric Bloom joined Kenny Young Thursday morning before the band’s concert in Boston. Check out the full interview.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon is a busy guy. In addition to touring across the globe with Journey, he just released his new solo album “Vortex”. He detailed the new albuma nd laid out his future plans in a new interview with Kenny Young.
K&M spoke with New England Revolution President Brian Bilello before the Revs take on Toronto at ‘Salute to Heroes Night’ in Foxboro.
Ralhpie May stopped by the studio to promote his new Netflix series “Unruly” and was performing Friday night at The Wilbur. Listen to what he had to say.
Former Ramones drummer Marky Ramone isn’t happy with the current state of rock & roll – and music in general. He explained his problem with music of today in a new interview with Shawn Sixx.
Joe Perry called Karlson & McKenzie to talk about his new supergroup with Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp, the Hollywood Vampires. But they also quizzed him on how well he knows his Aerosmith bandmates, and he had a little trouble with birthdays…