“Rock Conversations” features interviews with rock critics, authors and DJs, providing a behind-the-scenes glance at the halcyon days of rock music and FM radio of the 1970s and 1980s.
Rock Conversations: Remembering Gordon Lightfoot with Joan Tosoni and Martha Kehoe
Joan Tosoni and Martha Kehoe, directors of the film "If You Could Read My Mind," share their memories of Gordon Lightfoot. www.gordonlightfootmovie.com.
Rock Conversations with May Pang discussing her relationship with John Lennon
May Pang, who was John Lennon's girlfriend in the early 1970s, talks about her new film "The Lost Weekend - A love Story."
Rock Conversations with Mark Blake discussing Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" 50 years after its release
We look back at this iconic album. Mark is the author of many books, including "Pigs Might Fly: The Inside Story of Pink Floyd." More info at www.markrblake.com.
Rock Conversations with John Gorman
John Gorman arrived at WMMS-FM in Cleveland in 1973. For the next 13 years, as music director, program director and eventually operations manager, he helped transform 'MMS into one of the great FM stations in the country. His book, "The Buzzard" (Gray and Co.), recounts those great days in Cleveland.
Rock Conversations with Johnny Mars
We kick off season two of "Rock Conversations." Johnny talks about his years at WXRT in Chicago, where he continues to work today. He recounts interviews he did with Warren Zevon, Los Lobos and XTC.
Rock Conversations with Stevie Van Zandt
Stevie Van Zandt discusses his new book "Unrequited Infatuations" (Hatchette Books and available at www.littlesteven.com) with tales of Bruce and the E Street Band, The Sopranos and much more.
Another great production
Robbobs content in any medium is always well thought out and has an interesting approach to the stories he is trying to tell.
Really fun delve into the heady days of classic rock and FM radio
I grew up in the 70’s and have had at one time or another, all the classic rock albums that any self-respecting college FM radio station would have been playing at the time. Today my kids give me grief when I put on Exile on Main Street or Physical Graffiti. Bob is very easy to listen to, has some great interviews, all about the music I grew up with, and, when know one is looking, still listen too. Highly recommend this one.