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Rush - The Analog Kid (Visualizer)
Winger New Album "Seven" Preview
Yes - Cut From The Stars (Official Video)
Here's a quick look at the front pages of some of the rock music press for this month to listen in to the press review then tune into the podcast by clicking on the playlist link at the top of the page.
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Every month we round up whats been making the news, in the press review we look at who is writing about what as well as featuring some of the best classic and new music we also delve back in time with classic archive interviews.
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This Month Revolution Saints Joel Hoekstra and Boston's Tommy DeCarlo join us.
2023 begins with a look at the new line up of Revolution Saints Joel Hoekstra joins me to talk about the new line up and a brand new album. Also this month Boston's lead vocalist Tommy DeCarlo joins me to look at his rise from obscurity to fronting Boston plus we look at his new solo album "Dancing in the Moonlight"
This month we are joined by Ronnie Romero and Robin McAulay
In this months show we talk exclusively to two fine voices of rock, firstly Ronnie Romero joins us to talk about his new album plus we look back at a remarkable 10 years during which he joined Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow he looks back on his time there and what's coming up in the future including the question will Rainbow perform. Robin McAulay has been one of the most consistent rock vocalists over the last 40-plus years he has just released a brand new sole album called "Alive" we hear the story behind the album and we begin looking back to the very beginning with Grand Prix plus we will look at some of the interesting new stories of the last weeks.
The Answer plus GlenHughes and Doug Aldrich
Welcome to the brand new show and this month The Answer's Cormac Neeson joins us to look ahead to 2023 and a new album Sundowners out in March plus we caught up with Dead Daisies on tour and spoke with Doug Aldrich and Glen Hughes about the year the album and the future and Steve Luongo returns to talk about the supergroup that very nearly became a real full time entity it involved Brian Johnson Cliff Williams and Steve and they were called "Forklift"
The Blues and Blues Rock Edition
Coming up in this edition Blues legends of the past and future, we look at what was the highest ranking Blues album in Rolling Stones 500 greatest albums plus its the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy we look back at some of the stories around the release of the album, Savoy Brown releaed their final album just, following the passing of founder Kit Simmonds and we look to the future of the blues/rock genre in the company of "The Cold Stares" Chris Tapp.