Tag Archives: Danny Coleman

Dave Vargo Comes “Burning Through” With Debut Disc

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Interview by Danny Coleman  What do Whitney Houston, Rupert Holmes and Phoebe Snow all have in common? Give up? The answer is Dave Vargo and this former guitarist for the aforementioned has finally utilized his immense talent to release a CD of his own material. “Burning Through” not only lives up to its name but stokes rock ‘n’ roll fires that ... Read More »

Styx Accepts “The Mission” and Invades the Charts

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “I felt like I was disingenuous the last time we spoke but we had made a pact within the band not to talk about it until it was a definite thing,” says Styx keyboardist Lawrence Gowan as he discussed the recent release of the band’s first original studio album in 14 years called, “The Mission.” “We all ... Read More »

Foreigner Turns 40: A Conversation with Mick Jones

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “No,” said a confident Mick Jones as he began to discuss the changes made to Foreigner, one of the biggest selling rock bands of all time. “I mean, there was one period  in the early ’90’s where we were shuffling a bit but the changes have not really been an issue. We’ve had this new line up for 11 ... Read More »

Eric Martin Talks Mr Big, “Defying Gravity” and More

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “From the second or third song on the record, there’s meat, there’s also a sublime message; follow your dreams.” Those are the words of Mr Big front man Eric Martin as he discussed the band’s upcoming July 21 release, “Defying Gravity,” their upcoming tour, his life and all things music in a recent candid conversation. “Parents, my parents, all parents are great but they, like most people think that ... Read More »

Interview: Gilbert Gottfried Talks Career and Comedy

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “Um, they’re going to be OK for the first five minutes, then they’re probably gonna look at each other and say; whose idea was it to go see Gilbert Gottfried anyway?”   Gilbert Gottfried began doing stand-up comedy at the age of 15 because he liked to make people laugh, plain and simple, straight to the point; he enjoys ... Read More »

Razor Sharp, The Bayonets and Brian Ray Return Again

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Interview by Danny Coleman  Brian Ray began playing professionally as a teenager making stops along the way with Etta James and The Bayonets and currently can be found plying his wares along side of Paul McCartney. He is a guitarist, composer, producer and very much the epitome of being in the right place at the right time.  A  set of rare, fortunate, circumstances have propelled Ray to some of the world’s largest stages, with even larger ... Read More »