It’s been a good year for Cheap Trick. The band released a quality studio album and then were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Frontman Robin Zander told Goldmine all about it.
A shorter, slightly different version of this list first appeared in my 2007 book, Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop Guide. Now that Cheap Trick is (finally) (and deservedly) on this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot, …
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Rick Nielsen usually does all the talking during a Cheap Trick concert. And while the guitarist spoke the most during the band’s South by Southwest interview Wednesday afternoon, it was singer Robin Zander who made some of the most interesting and humorous statements.
SXSW happened last month … sure, but there were some interesting events to look back on. Goldmine’s Chris M. Junior was everywhere at once and remembers the highlights.
Rick Nielsen and producer Jack Douglas reflect on Cheap Trick’s classic live album.