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Amy Holland | In Full Health And Voice, With A Light On Her Path

By Robert Ferraro / October 12, 2017

Amy​ ​Holland​ ​started​ ​out​ ​in​ ​the​ ​music​ ​business​ ​when​ ​she​ ​was​ ​just​ ​a​ ​teen,​ ​eventually​ ​scoring​ ​a​ ​hit​ ​single​ ​with 1980’s​ ​‘How​ ​Do​ ​I​ ​Survive?’​ ​It​ ​would​ ​mark​ ​the​ ​beginning​ ​of​ ​a​ ​long,​ ​diverse,​ ​and ​too​ ​​often​ ​interrupted​ ​singing​ ​career​ ​that​ ​would​ ​see​ ​her​ ​record​ ​songs​ ​for​ ​​movies​ ​such​ ​as​ ​Scarface​ ​and​ ​St Elmo’s​ ​Fire,​ […]

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Lita Ford | With Guitar in Hand, She’s Still the Boss

By Robert Ferraro / October 4, 2017

Share0 Tweet0 Share +10 Lita Ford has worn many hats in her 40 plus year career, all of them comfortably. As a guitarist in the seminal all girl band The Runaways, she was a pioneering musician. After two hit singles (Kiss Me Deadly and Close My Eyes Forever) pushed her album ‘Lita’ to platinum status, she […]

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Kenny Aronoff | Famously In-Demand Drummer Turned Author, Knows His Purpose

By Robert Ferraro / September 18, 2017

Kenny Aronoff is known primarily as the drummer you’ve heard on most of John Mellencamp’s biggest hits, leaving his hard hitting mark on songs like Jack & Diane, Pink Houses, Small Town and countless others. Among musicians however, he is better known for his astoundingly long history of studio work, in service to a roster […]

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Nancy Wilson | Famed Guitarist and New Band Set Out to Make Their Case on The Road

By Robert Ferraro / September 4, 2017

For the first time since she was 19 years old, Nancy Wilson finds herself a full fledged member of a hungry new band. On an open ended hiatus from working with Heart and her sister Ann, she lends her voice and guitar to a Rock and R & B collective creatively named, ‘Roadcase Royale’. Their debut album, ‘First […]

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Bernard Fowler | From The Back(ground) to The Front, and Everywhere In Between

By Robert Ferraro / August 23, 2017

Bernard Fowler has been an integral part of the Rolling Stones for so long now, that it’s hard to remember when they last toured without him (1982). Providing backing vocals on the largest stage in live music, Fowler has won fans the world over with not only his rich voice and wide vocal range, but his stage presence […]

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Ann Wilson | On Tour, Bringing New Life to Old Lyrics

By Robert Ferraro / August 14, 2017

Ann Wilson, the renowned voice of Heart, is trekking across America on a solo tour that will see her play 80 dates before its conclusion in November. I spoke with her after her show in Sylvania, Ohio and discussed the tour, what a song must possess for her to want to sing it, bringing an […]

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Ivan Doroschuk | New Wave Legend Is A ‘Wonder’ Once Again

By Robert Ferraro / May 15, 2017

Men Without Hats’ Ivan Doroschuk is a polite, contemplative and soft spoken Canadian, a multilingual former law student, and a classically trained pianist. Ivan Doroschuk is also a punk at heart, possessing a defiant anti-authority streak which has informed both his music, and a turbulent musical career that spans five decades. Above all else however, at least […]

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Alonzo Bodden | Last Comic Standing Still Looking For A Challenge

By Robert Ferraro / March 31, 2017

 Alonzo Bodden has probably entertained you somewhere, somehow, during his 24 years of comedy. He has appeared on network and cable television, acted in major motion pictures, done voiceover work for cartoons, and hosted radio shows and podcasts. You may also recognize him from the news, as he was widely heralded for donating a kidney […]

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Ann Wilson | Legendary voice of Heart goes it ‘Alone’

By Robert Ferraro / March 21, 2017

It is widely recognized, by both fans and peers alike, that Ann Wilson owns one of the most formidable voices in rock history. That voice has propelled Heart, a collaborative with her sister Nancy, to twenty Top 40 hits, and over 35 million albums sold worldwide. Ann also possesses one of music’s more distinctive voices, […]

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Alan Hunter | A Conversation with a Pop Culture Pioneer

By Robert Ferraro / February 7, 2017

In 1981, a brand new channel calling itself ‘Music Television’ chose an astronaut walking on the moon as the symbol of its brand. The message was clear: no one has gone where we’re going in the field of television entertainment. Four decades later, MTV remains a pop culture landmark. Still, the groundbreaking 80’s are widely […]

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