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Feb 27, 2017

Punky Meadows was a part of the music scene from the mid-60's to the mid-80's as a member of The Cherry People, Bux and Angel.

It was that latter group that brought Punky his greatest success as they followed KISS onto Casablanca Records where they released six albums over six years but the collapse of their record...

Feb 20, 2017

In the 60's, Chip Taylor wrote such hits as the Troggs' "Wild Thing", Merilee Rush's "Angel of the Morning", the Hollies' "I Can't Let Go" and Janis Joplin's "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)".

By the 70's, he had signed with Buddah and became a successful singer/songwriter before dropping out of music to become a...

Feb 12, 2017

We're going back to January of 2014 this weeks for an interview with the great Paul Rodgers.

Rodgers is one of those rarities that has not only found success in a series of bands including Free, Bad Company, the Firm, the Law and Queen + Paul Rodgers, but also as a solo artist. 

When we talked to Rodgers in 2014, he was...

Feb 6, 2017

For the first time, we have two guests this week on the VVN Music Podcast.

John Mayall is one of the greatest of the British blues men and the man who gave a start to such musical giants as Eric Clapton, Peter Green, John McVie, Mick Taylor, Andy Fraser, Jon Mark and John Almond, Harvey Mandel, Walter Trout and...