0-1:50 This latest album, The Book, sounds similar to the work you’ve done in the past with Michael Schenker and Alcatrazz. Was that what you were going for with this record?
1:51-3:39 Your voice sounds almost exactly like it did in the 70's and 80's. Do you have any regimen you use to keep your voice in shape?
3:40- 4:57 How did the recording process work with the latest album, The Book? Were you all in a room working it out the old school way, or did everyone send in their parts on files?
4:58-6:08 What would you consider your greatest moment on record, your best vocal performance?
6:09-9:10 Is there one particular song on The Book that holds a special place in your heart?
9:11-11:10 Guitar player discussion.
11:11-14:00 Ritchie has just called and asked you to front his newly reformed Rainbow. Assuming the paycheck is appropriate and all the stars align, is that something you would consider?
14:01-15:34 Other than this project and your other solo work, what was the most enjoyable band to work with?
15:35-17:25 Many bands, especially the veteran acts, are hesitant to make new music due to lack of sales. Nobody buys CD's anymore. Everyone is streaming music these days. Did you have any apprehension about making an album of new material?
17:26-20:08 Have you ever considered writing a book?
20:09-24:38 Any regrets? (Hear Graham talk about Yngwie Malmsteen and the chain of events that led to the guitarist’s departure from Alcatrazz)
24:39-25:52 What's at the top of Graham Bonnet's bucket list? What's the one thing you'd like to do before you leave us?
25:53-30:38 Will you tour the U.S. on this album?