Born in 1943 in Dartford, Kent, England, hes a singer-songwriter, an actor, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Music Hall of Fame, hes been knighted by the Queen and, oh yeah, has been … Read the rest
Terry Roche of The Roches recalls how James Taylor and Boz Scaggs inadvertently factored into some unfortunate career decisions.
Peter Finch has been a Bay Area radio staple for more than three decades at KMEL, KFOG and KGO radio in … Read the rest
Despite his association with some of the most biting lyrics ever written in the 80s, and his fine run as a solo rock artist (not to mention his day job in the Eagles), Don Henley is back with his first … Read the rest
Rosebud Agency head Mike Kappus recalls booking George Thorogood to play the Philadelphia portion of Live Aid. There was only one problem with the show: no racial diversity whatsoever. No problem! We’ll just makes some calls. That’s where the fun … Read the rest
DEF LEPPARD has completed recording its new album for a late 2015 release. On his Planet Rock radio show, lead singer, Joe Elliott said: “Yes, I do sound very jolly, don’t I? I’m jolly because we have finished the new… Read the rest
Dennis Willis and Steven Kirk celebrate all things 1985, with a 30th anniversary look back at the amazing performances and surprising no-shows of Live Aid, Back to the Future, Nintendo, Rambo, and New Coke. Plus, classic tracks from Dire Straits, … Read the rest
Have you ever met someone vaguely familiar looking (maybe with cheap sunglasses) who claimed that were a rock star? If so, this edition of the Finch Files may get you under pressure!
Peter Finch has been a Bay Area radio … Read the rest