Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers is Still All Right Now

As Bad Company is currently on the road with Lynyrd Skynyrd to celebrate the 40th anniversary of both bands, vocalist Paul Rodgers spoke with me for The Houston Press about the group’s history, his thoughts on being excluded from the … Continue reading

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Three Dog Night’s Chuck Negron on His Bullfrog Buddy

An excerpt from my interview with former Three Dog Night singer Chuck Negron for The Houston Press. Read Part I and Part II. “JEREMIAH WAS A BULLFROG!” That odd, simple and urgent declarative sentence from Three Dog Night’s “Joy to … Continue reading

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Classic Rock Treasures from Faraway Lands at Nearby Locations

Two of my favorite places in the world (other than a live concert venue) are used book stores and used record stores. So here in Houston, Texas I spend a lot of time poring over the shelves and bins at … Continue reading

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