interview Archive

Family Affair: The Immediate Family

Though their names might not be widely known to the general public, the members of The Immediate Family are widely acclaimed within the business. And even after decades of lending […]

David Wilcox’s Guided Touring

While many artists express serious reservations about the Spotify music streaming platform – and with good reason – North Carolina-based singer-songwriter David Wilcox has taken a different approach: he’s embracing […]

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like… Trans Siberian Orchestra

Every year when the holidays roll around, pop culture watchers can count on a few things: decorations appear seemingly overnight, Santa Claus sets up shop at at the local mall, […]

The Third Mind’s Uncertainty Principle

From one perspective, the sounds made by The Third Mind, a 21st century collective of artists each acclaimed in his and her own right – has little to do with […]

Bruce Cockburn: Creativity, Conscience and Commercial Considerations

Bruce Cockburn released his 27th studio album, O Sun O Moon in May. His latest release showcases the Canadian-born singer-songwriter’s skillful blending of genre styles and lyrics that underscore his […]

Dave Mason: Music and Memories (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from Part One… What can people expect on this tour? Dave Mason: I’m doing a number of Traffic-themed songs in this set, to break it up. But beyond that, […]

Dave Mason: Music and Memories (Part 1 of 2)

Dave Mason is the Zelig of rock ‘n’ roll. He came to fame in the ‘60s first as a member of Traffic, and soon thereafter launched a solo career. He […]

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 3 of 3)

Continued from Part Two… After Wax ended in 1989, Gouldman returned briefly to a reformed 10cc, though he and Gold would collaborate and contribute to each others’ project in the […]

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 2 of 3)

Continued from Part One… In 1970, Gold hooked up with fellow singer-songwriters to form Bryndle. The group also included Karla Bonoff, Wendy Waldman and former Stone Poneys multi-instrumentalist Kenny Edwards. […]

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 1 of 3)

Andrew Gold is best known for his late 1970s hit singles, one of which would be picked up as the theme song for a popular American situation comedy. His behind-the-scenes […]