Category Archives: ’70s Rock

When Eric Clapton Got Laid Back – Drummer Jamie Oldaker on the ’74/’75 Recordings

This article originally appeared in The Houston Press. In the fall of 1974, Jamie Oldaker was a 22-year-old drummer riding in the backseat of a car with a girl he met at a club. And he wanted to get to … Continue reading

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America’s Dewey Bunnell on That Elusive Horse with No Name

Below is an excerpt from my interview with Dewey Bunnell of America, which originally appeared in The Houston Press. Read Part 1 and Part 2 of my piece in their entirety. It is one of the ’70s’ most analyzed — … Continue reading

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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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