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Night and Day-The Thom Jennings Interview Archives
16 minutes | Jun 29, 2022
Alan White of Yes
Thom Jennings chats with the late drummer of Yes, Alan White. In this interview Alan discusses the phone call from John Lennon requesting him to work on the "Imagine" album and his early days with Yes. The sound quality is rough, but the interview is a good one.
43 minutes | May 29, 2022
Carl Palmer Talks About Asia in Asia
Host Thom Jennings returns after over two years with a great interview he conducted with the legendary Carl Palmer of Asia and Emerson Lake and Palmer fame. Carl discusses the Asia in Asia concert, John Wetton, and his plans for an upcoming tour featuring the music of ELP. Please subscribe and share.
28 minutes | Jan 5, 2020
An Interview with Steve Hackett
An interview with former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett from 2019 as he was set to come to town to perform the Genesis classic "Selling England by the Pound" album. Steve talks about his days in Genesis and a conversation he had with Jon Anderson of Yes that turned out to be prophetic.
23 minutes | Sep 16, 2019
Eddie Money-Candid Interview
A candid interview recorded with the late Eddie Money back in 2012 when he was promoting a show in Lockport NY. Eddie is at his witty and uncensored best in this never-before-heard recording.
27 minutes | Jul 2, 2019
Denny Laine Talks Wings and More
Thom chats with former Wings and Moody Blues guitarist and singer Denny Laine. Denny is a Rock Hall inductee and has some great stories to share.
20 minutes | Jun 29, 2019
Garth Brooks Press Conference Buffalo 2015
Audio of Garth Brooks Press conference from 2015 before a show in Buffalo NY.
24 minutes | Jun 29, 2019
Todd Rundgren Interview from 2019
An audio interview from 2019 with Todd Rundgren before he performed at the Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda NY
18 minutes | Apr 6, 2019
Interview with Robin Trower
A quick interview with guitar legend Robin Trower, former member of Procol Harum and prolific solo artist. Robin talks about his exclusive use of a Stratocaster and how he achieves his signature tone.
25 minutes | Nov 12, 2018
Dave's Not Here-Tommy Chong Is
Tommy Chong-half of the legendary comedy due Cheech and Chong-talks about being arrested, surviving Cancer and some advice on what to do when your stepmother smashes your large glass bong you had stashed in the basement.
17 minutes | Sep 3, 2018
Aretha Franklin Talks About Buffalo and The Blues Brothers
It’s not everyday one gets to interview a performer with more than 20 Grammy Awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and is the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. That is just a small sample of the achievements of the late Aretha Franklin, who is arguably the greatest female singer of all time, and undeniably one of the most influential women in popular music. With the passing of Ms. Franklin I dug out this quick phone conversation from early 2013.
32 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
Foreigner Interviews Parts Three and Four-Kelly Hansen and Lou Gramm
We finish up our Foreigner themed podcasts with interviews with Kelly Hansen and Lou Gramm. Foreigner is one of the most popular rock bands of all-time and Gramm sang on the original recordings and Hansen has been the lead singer of Foreigner for over a decade. The two appeared together onstage for the fist time last year during Foreigner's 40th anniversary tour.
20 minutes | Jun 3, 2018
Four From Foreigner Part Deux- Lou Gramm
Rochester NY native and rock singer extraordinaire Lou Gramm spends a few minutes with one of his fans. Lou dishes on a variety of topics including muscle cars, new artists he likes and his spiritual journey. It's a short but sweet interview with a rock legend
21 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
Bonus Content: Rust Belt Brigade on Localized in Buffalo NY
The Rust Belt Brigade is a Buffalo NY based band featuring Night and Day host Thom Jennings son Trevor Jennings. Here is an interview and live performance from the band. Band Members Victor Castillo Trevor Jennings Jeremiah Franco Brandon Mueckl contact email@example.com for booking info
32 minutes | Feb 18, 2018
Four from Foreigner Part 1- An Interview with Mick Jones
As the band Foreigner came up on their 40th anniversary, founding member reflected on possible plans to reunite the band's original members (which eventually happened) and talked about the band's history. This interview is the first of a four part series of interviews with Foreigner band members, past and present. If you have any comments or questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
45 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
We Connect-An Interview with Utopia Drummer Willie Wilcox
On the occasion of the Kasim Sulton's Utopia shows, we dig out an interview with Willie Wilcox conducted a few years ago. Wille gets us up-to-date on where he is at musically and talks about his tenure in Utopia and his thoughts on a possible Utopia reunion. The episode is dedicated to Merf Sohmers-former founder of The Nexus-who passed away recently.
42 minutes | Jan 21, 2018
Two of a Perfect Pair- With King Crimson's Adrian Belew and Pat Mastelotto
Adrian Belew is an American musician, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist primarily known as a guitarist and singer, Belew is noted for his unusual, impressionistic approach to guitar playing, which, rather than relying on standard instrumental tones, often resembles sound effects or noises made by animals and machines. Perhaps best known for his long stint as frontman and co-guitarist for the progressive rock group King Crimson from 1981 to 2009, Belew is widely recognized as one of the greatest guitarits of the prog genre. . He has worked extensively as a session and touring musician, including periods with Frank Zappa, David Bowie, Talking Heads, and Laurie Anderson, and Nine Inch Nails, as well as contributing to hit singles by Paul Simon, Tom Tom Club, and others. In this interview frpm 2014 he talks about his app FLUX, his early days in King Crimson and David Bowie. Our second interview is with drummer Pat Mastelotto, part of the King Crimson three drummer attack. Pat is a fun interview and talks about Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Mister Mister, King Crimson and Todd Rundgren. You can send feedback to email@example.com and please consider sharing and posting a review of the show.
55 minutes | Dec 31, 2017
Double Dose of Zappa Sidemen. Interviews with Steve Vai and Terry Bozzio
Steve and Vai and Terry Bozzio both worked with Frank Zappa early in thier careers, and there is no doubt Zappa only worked with the best. In these interviews Vai chats about the iconic David Lee Roth solo band with Billy Sheehan and Gregg Bissonette. Vai also talks about the movie "Crossroads" and why a guy started a website claiming Vai was the ant-christ. Terry Bozzio goes deep into his work with Frank Zappa and how Frank influenced his career. Bozzio also talks about the band U.K, working with John Wetton and how he left U.K to work with Missing Persons. Terry also talks about why the drums on "Spring Session M" sound so amazing, and talks about the secret to capturing great drum sounds. To contact the host email firstname.lastname@example.org
16 minutes | Dec 24, 2017
Oh Nevermind! A Garbage Interview With Butch Vig
In this mini-episode drummer and record producer Butch Vig spends a few minutes talking about touring, producing and how Nirvana's "Nevermind" changed his life. For comments email email@example.com
25 minutes | Dec 20, 2017
We Built This Podcast on Rock and Rollers
This episode features three short clips where artists answer provocative questions: Mickey Thomas of Starship addresses "We Built This City" and Blender Magazine's tagging of it as the "worst song of all time" back in 2004. Brad Gillis recollects the time he was asked to step in and take over for Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Randy Rhoads back in 1982 shortly after Rhoads died in a plane crash. Finally, Eric Martin talks about bands he almost sang for, Van Halen, Toto, Rainbow and Foreigner. If you have any comments please email Thom Jennings at firstname.lastname@example.org
29 minutes | Dec 11, 2017
Burton Cummings of The Guess Who on Jim Morrison, Randy Bachman and Music
Burton Cummings is the former lead singer and keyboardist for the legendary Canadian rock band The Guess Who. During his 10 year tenure in the band, from 1965 to 1975, he sang, wrote or co-wrote many of their most recognizable songs, including "American Woman," "No Time", "Share the Land", "These Eyes", and "Clap for the Wolfman". In this interview Burton talks about the historic Sarsstock Concert, his relationship with longtime collaborator Randy Bachman, his chance meeting with Jim Morrison and his thoughts on the band that now tours under the moniker of The Guess Who.
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