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The story of Frankenstein

Some time during the Whoosh promotional blitz Steve Morse spoke to the Rockin’ Metal Revival show. The interview is now available for listening online. Steve explains how his writing process differs with Deep Purple from his other bands, how he came up with a guitar with four pickups, talks about his influences, how he got […]

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I reckon you’re in

On the strength of the recent interview with Ian Paice, we started digging in the Everyone Loves Guitar back catalogue and discovered a Steve Morse interview originally published in December 2018. This one is over 2 hours long — someone had been doing those long form interviews even before the pandemic! Set some time aside […]

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Big band rock’n’roll

If you liked the latest installment of Tales from the Bar, you gonna love this one. Nearly an hour of Paicey telling stories from his illustrious career for the Everyone Loves Guitar podcast:

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Bed and a book

Ian Gillan was interviewed by The Guardian. The interesting tidbits (among the old anecdotes previously seen elsewhere) are that he is in touch with Blackmore: Ritchie has nothing electronic in his house – no computers, no telephones, nothing like that. So he’s completely unreachable. But we do pass messages, and the atmosphere is quite good. […]

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A little bit uplifted

David Coverdale recently spoke to The Cassius Morris Show podcast, and they’ve discussed how fast the bears move, ostrich eggs, box of tissues, changing wallpaper, revolving doors, baking, common sense of Yorkshiremen, Linda Lovelace, bastard children, and, occasionally, music.

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No one’s gonna buy it, no one’s gonna play it

Guitarist, producer, composer, and pilot Steve Morse spoke to Nashville’s WZTV FOX 17 and resulting interview was posted online a few days ago.

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Another BCC album not ruled out

Glenn Hughes spoke to his local radio station 95.5 KLOS. Amidst promoting the new Dead Daisies single and album, he sounds to be pretty open to make another album with Black Country Communion as well. We are gonna do another record. It’s really hard to say when, but I do speak to Joe about this. […]

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Discovering a pleasant fellow

Trouser Press was a music magazine published in New York during the late 70s to early 80s. Their entire magazine archive is now available online, and issue 30 from July 1978 has a very interesting interview with Ritchie Blackmore. Where, for once, he is serious for the most part, and provides his thoughts at the […]

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Ear candy instead of eye candy

David Coverdale spoke to WFPK radio which broadcasts out of Louisville, Kentucky. They talked about about Red, White and Blue trilogy of Whitesnake compilations, the state of his health (DC had his hernia surgery recently), the ongoing pandemic, and many other things.

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Zoom jam isn’t on the cards

An interview with Roger Glover is the cover feature of September edition of the Bass Player magazine. They talked about the pandemic, the new album, Bob Ezrin, bass gadgets and widgets, the dynamics inside the band, Jon Lord, and many other things. Presumably there won’t be any Long Goodbye tour dates in 2020, then? “No, […]

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