Enuff Z'Nuff legend Chip Z'Nuff visits the Dr. Music show once again to talk about the band's latest Beatles cover record, Hardrock Nite. Chip also discusses his relationship with former Enuff Z'Nuff singer Donnie Vie and his appearance on Vie's solo track, "Party Time." We also talk about former manager Herbie Herbert who recently passed away, an upcoming solo record, a book that is a work in progress, and a big tour announcement that is forthcoming!
Twisted Sister founder and guitarist Jay Jay French sits down with Dr. Music to talk about his new book, which he has labeled a "bizoir." It is half business help guide and half memoir. Jay Jay also talked about the Eddie Kramer produced demo, having Pete Way produce Twisted Sister's Under The Blade record, and he told a few more Twisted stories that didn't make the book.
Joshua Seth Eagan, drummer for the band 7 Angels, and very special guest Mark Slaughter have known each other since they were kids growing up in Las Vegas, and now they are putting their skills together to make some of today's finest music. Sit back and enjoy the company of these two great people as we discuss everything from the latest work with 7 Angels to the days when Mark drove his car through their high school!
Doug Aldrich is one of the most respected guitar players in the world. He's done hundreds and hundreds of sessions aside from his monumental work with Dio and Whitesnake. In this conversation, Doug talks about the work he's done throughout his career as well as his latest release with Revolution Saints called Light In The Dark.
Listen to Brandon talk about his latest Boxcar Junkies EP, Est. 1973, his organization to help the people on the street (Hobo Nation), and the one record that gets him going every morning.
Singer John Allen talks with Dr. Music about his past as the drummer of SR-71, his move to the mic with Charm City Devils, and his aspirations with his current band, Stone Horses.
Known around the world as the voice of progressive rock legends YES, Jon Anderson talks about his latest solo CD, Survival and Other Stories, what's on his iPod, and cut-out cows. Make sure to read this personal conversation with one of the true legends of rock.
The legendary Jethro Tull frontman takes time to talk about his worldly travels, making records, writing a book, and his investment in the Holy Grail.
Bassist and founding member of Firefall, Mark Andes, talks with Dr. Music about the new Firefall album, Comet. Mark is also a founding member of Spirit and JoJo Gunne, and was a member of Heart for ten years throughout the band's 80's heyday. Mark discusses his time in all of those bands, as well as the details behind Firefall's Comet, and he even discusses the "Taurus"/"Stairway To Heaven" lawsuit!
In this interview, Zach Bair talks about his journey through the backlots of the music and entertainment industry with his many technology companies, as well as the story behind “Ordinary Girl” and his latest set of music.
Musician and entrepreneur Zach Bair takes the time to talk about his current single "Fight" from his Ordinary Girl EP, and to give us an update on the expansion of his RockHouse Live brand and his music technology services.
VNUE is a publicly traded company that is helping artists get the royalties they deserve, and giving artists and fans a new way to receive their favorite music.
Sit back and enjoy this conversation with one of the most ingenious guys in the music technology industry, an excellent musician, an one heck of a nice dude.
Quiet Riot drumming legend Frankie Banali talks to Dr. Music about life, some of his loves, and his band's latest release One Night In Milan. Listen to Frankie deliver a no bull, upfront interview that defines him as one of the true survivors of rock and roll.
In this in-depth interview, Reb Beach talks about his history with Winger and Whitesnake as well as his latest solo effort on Frontiers Records, A View From The Inside. Reb also takes us through his entire career, discussing specific songs and solos and what inspired them.
Veteran jazz fusion bassist Jeff Berlin gives it to you straight. Find out the truth behind his audition with Van Halen, his signature bass from Dean, and what's on the horizon for this jazz master.
Former Saigon Kick guitarist/singer Jason Bieler talks with Dr. Music about his latest solo release as Jason Bieler and the Von Bielski Orchestra, entitled Songs For The Apocalypse. Jason also discusses his history with some of the guest stars on the record, and he also puts the Marilyn Manson rumors to rest!
In this conversation, the legendary vocalist for bands like Rainbow, The Michael Schenker Group, and Alcatrazz talks about his entire career. Stories of a young Yngwie Malmsteen meltdown, partnered with his take on the recording process and touring, makes this an interview you won't want to miss!
Original Blue Oyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard talks about his new record in the Imaginos trilogy, Imaginos II - Bombs Over Germany (minus zero and counting). He also discusses his current relationship with the members of B.O.C., touring, and his collaborations with the great Patti Smith.
Don Brewer, longtime drummer for Grand Funk Railroad, talks about his band's legendary Shea Stadium gig, his time with Frank Zappa, the fact that he's a favorite of Homer Simpson, & much much more!
With the exclusive Dr. Music audio, listen to the writer and singer of "We're An American Band" as he tells some great stories from his famed career.
Tokyo Motor Fist and Trixter guitarist Steve Brown talks to Dr. Music about the latest Tokyo Motor Fist record Lions, as well as his experiences playing in bands like Def Leppard and Dennis DeYoung.
Doug "Cosmo" Clifford is one of the most heard musicians to ever walk the earth. As the drummer for Creedence Clearwater Revival he has sold in excess of 80 million records worldwide and his songs have been played around 2 billion times on Spotify. He is also a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and was a headliner at the original Woodstock festival.
The former lead singer of The Runaways that helped change the world for the female rocker talks to Dr. Music about her first solo album in more than 35 years (Reverie), Runaways manager Kim Fowley, her biggest regret(s), and her passion for chainsaw carving.
The musician, the actor, the husband of famed groupie Pamela Des Barres... No matter how you might be familiar with Michael Des Barres, there is no doubt that he has had a storied and legendary career. Des Barres talks about his latest album, The Key To The Universe, as well as some of the highlights of his acting and music careers.
Brooks & Dunn took Country music by storm, setting records and selling records. Ronnie Dunn's booming voice and songwriting genius had a lot to do with that success. This interview took place just before he was set to headline a Rockin' For The Troops event on July 20, 2013 in Wheaton, IL. Among other things, we discussed songwriting, success, and performing without Brooks.
Dr. Music talks to the genius keyboardist of the legendary Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The discussion includes Emerson's views on the modern progressive rock and jazz scenes, having his modular Moog cloned, and the details of his CD with Greg Lake entitled Live At Manticore Hall.
Dr. Music talks to the powerhouse vocalist prior to her appearance on The Voice or the formation of her band Plush. This interview from 2016 finds a 15-year old Moriah confidently contemplating the next steps she would take in her career coming off of an appearance on Stryper frontman Michael Sweet's solo record, One-Sided War.
Dr. Music talks with Greg Lake of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer fame. Greg talks about H.R. Giger, Elvis Presley, and writing his autobiography.
Dr. Music talks with the former Traffic guitarist and Hall Of Famer about his latest tour, working with Michael Jackson, and the top spot on his bucket list.
Dr. Music talks to the longtime frontman for legendary L.A. metal band Ratt. Pearcy discusses his latest solo album, Smash, as well as a potential Ratt reunion. Pearcy also discusses acting and writing another book.
On February 1, 2014, Dr. Music spoke to the one-and-only super producer that has been involved with timeless classics from Skid Row, Metallica, Alice Cooper, Megadeth, Accept, Motley Crue, and so many more. Hear Michael tell stories about his time making records with these legendary artists!