As we all know, grand pronouncements often have a way of coming back to haunt those who utter them.
If you’re not Mr. Brownstone, you shouldn’t ask Slash to dance.
Slash recalls the phone call from the King of Pop.
Said Ron Wood to Mick Jagger, “If you really get desperate, and you need me, find me wherever I am in the world.” This was in the days before social media and cell phones. Somehow, they tracked him down.
In this 1988 interview, Robert Plant talks about kicking drugs and cigarettes. Of course, there were other parts of the “sex, drugs and rock and roll” equation that he didn’t want to quit.
He preferred R.E.M. and Hüsker Dü to the pop metal bands of the late ’80s.
Sir Paul could have become one of rock ‘n roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. In this installment, Robert Plant explains how he and Jimmy Page wrote Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven.”
Like most bands of their generation, the guys from Cheap Trick were huge Beatles fans. So it must have been a thrill when guitarist Rick Nielsen and drummer Bun E. Carlos were invited to play on a John Lennon album.
This installment is taken from a 1987 interview with George Harrison, where he discusses how his unusual friendship with Eric Clapton.