Rex Brown talks about going out on his own with the solo album, “Smoke On This.” Then Charlie Huhn talks Foghat’s latest live album “Live at the Belly Up.”
Goldmine‘s October 2016 issue, which includes interviews with Kiefer Sutherland, Graham Nash, Donovan, Mick Fleetwood, Meat Loaf, Blackfoot, America, Foghat and Mungo Jerry is on sale now until October 17 at select record shops and Barnes & Noble stores.
Mungo Jerry briefly hit the big time with ‘In the Summertime,’ yet band member Colin Earl thinks the song might have hurt more than helped in the end.
Jeb Wright went from being a fan in the audience at a Van Halen concert on 1982’s Diver Down tour to a music journalist in the thick of things backstage.
Rock Legends Cruise departs Dec. 1 from Florida
Todd Rundgren has been a major record seller, producer and innovator in almost every phase of the music industry, but has yet to receive a call from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
In recent years Foghat decided to make a dream of Lonesome Dave’s a reality: an all-blues record.
Foghat will always be known as a classic rock band. But a disc like “Last Train Home,” which is a tribute to the blues, is not at all far-fetched for the band
The road has always been a tough slog, but there was a time when bands that delivered the goods in concert could turn electrifying live shows into gold records. That used to be the surest path to chart success for any rock band, and nobody followed it with more zeal in the ’70s than Foghat.
Dave Walker is best remembered for the two years he spent helming Savoy Brown, truly the most explosive British blues band of the early 1970s