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For those who came of age in the 1970s and 80s, Leo Sayer's tunes became integral to the soundtrack of their formative years. His back-to-back number one hits in 1977, "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" and "When I Need You," have left an indelible mark on the collective memory of that generation. Beyond these chart-toppers, Leo Sayer's career is dist…
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If you were a child of the '60s and '70s, chances are the Chambers Brothers were a staple in your music collection. With six studio albums released from 1967 to 1975, and an additional eight live albums, the band made a significant mark on the music charts, most notably with their legendary hit “Time Has Come Today.” Decades on, Lester Chambers, th…
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Malcolm Bruce is the son of the legendary Jack Bruce of Cream. This interview took place in 2023 as Malcolmn was getteri ng ready to release the extrodinary tribute album to his father's legendary band Cream. The album entiteld Heavenly Cream: An Acoustic Tribute to Cream presents fifteen classic Cream songs. The making of the album began before th…
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The second part of our interview with legendary songwriter Jim Vallance begins with a fascinating tale from Jim about how he wrote the Aerosmith song "Rag Doll "with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. The interview continues with many other legendary rock and roll stories, including when Quincy Jones, who had completed work on “We Are The World,” turned t…
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Jim Vallance is a legendary songwriter who co-wrote many of Bryan Adams' biggest hits, including songs such as "Cut's Like A Knife, "Run To You," "Summer Of 69," and more. Jim Vallance has written songs for Aerosmith, Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne, Heart, Joe Cocker, Tina Turner, Joan Jett. Our complete video interview is available at https://www.classicrock…
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The most incredible concert I ever saw was Led Zeppelin's performance at New York’s Madison Square Garden in June 1977. This podcast will take you back to that magical night as I explain in exciting detail what that was like. https://www.classicrockhistory.com/what-it-was-like-to-experience-a-1970s-led-zeppelin-concert/ Podcast Photo Licensed from …
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If you have ever been to a George Thorogood & The Destroyers show, you would have seen Jim standing on stage next to George Thorogood, ripping it up night after night. However, Jim Suhler’s musical career is filled with highlights besides working with George Thorogood. He is the founding member of the blues band Monkey Beat. Additionally, his new b…
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