Interviews

Interview: Ex-Eagles Guitarist, Don Felder, Still Flying!

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Ahead of his upcoming charity concert at the first annual Hong Kong Rugby Union Ruck ‘n’ Roll Charity Ball on November 5th, ex-Eagles member Don Felder talks to Scott Murphy. With the song “Hotel California”, ex-Eagles guitarist Don Felder is responsible for one of the most recognizable rock riffs of all time. He’s written quite a few others too—many of ... Read More »

Andy Timmons Brings Us “Theme From A Perfect World”

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“Musicians, we have something that other people don’t,” started guitarist Andy Timmons as he took a moment to discuss his current tour and career. “About 10 years ago it hit me; not many people have the passion to keep doing things after all these years. A friend had come to one of my gigs and afterward we were talking and he said, “I wish ... Read More »

From “Idol” to “State Plate,” Taylor Hicks Has It All Covered

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Interview by Danny Coleman “Ya’ know, I love doing the intimate venues. These small acoustic performing arts centers and the such are something that I’ve always wanted to do. I’m a weekend warrior with my music so I’m really enjoying this,” says former “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks as he discussed his upcoming November 3 appearance at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. Born in Birmingham, AL, Hicks ... Read More »

V2 Are Nowhere Near Square

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“Sometimes yes and sometimes no. Our age makes us very interesting, yet it also holds us back,” says Vittorio; one half of the twin brothers better known as V2.“Yeah, like when we were supposed to open for AC/DC and they decided to go in a different direction because they felt our age was a liability,” added Vincenzo. This duo from Santa Rosa, CA has not only broken ... Read More »

Sari Schorr Comes Home to Rock the Stanhope House

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “The Stanhope House is like coming home,” says an excited Sari Schorr as she prepares a return to her roots with a 6 p.m. show on October 14. “I love going back there, it’s where I established myself, it’s familiar and it’s always great to see a lot of friendly faces.” Cutting her teeth in a traditionally male dominated genre, Sari persevered; never ... Read More »

Anderson, Rabin, Wakeman Hit the Road as ARW

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“I’ve been naively home schooling,” says Trevor Rabin with a laugh as he discussed time spent since he last worked with members of the famed rock band Yes. “I’ve done 50 film scores and a 2012 instrumental album which was most enjoyable but I did it backward; I finished the record first and then I placed it with a distributor. The fans didn’t seem to like it but that ... Read More »