When it comes to filling in for an iconic frontman, Adam Lambert has a few thoughts.
As we all know, grand pronouncements often have a way of coming back to haunt those who utter them.
He also explains why the chapter of his book on loyalty includes both punk rock and his Blackberry.
He talks about his solo career, Hall & Oates and his ‘other’ duo, Garfunkel & Oates. Really!
Here are 14 favorite interviews that Radio.com had on camera in 2014, from Jimmy Page talking about encouraging Robert Plant to write lyrics, to Ice-T lamenting the current state of hip-hop.
Alex Lifeson talks about the song, although he doesn’t remember much about it. Don’t judge. What do you remember about what you were doing in 1974?
Sir Paul could have become one of rock ‘n roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
Radio.com spoke to Jim Peterik of Survivor about “Eye of the Tiger,” the theme from “Rocky III” and the biggest hit single of 1982. “I had a message on my answering machine that went: ‘Jim, nice answering machine you got there, give me a call, it’s Sylvester Stallone.'”
If you talk to Mr. Page about the Led Zeppelin reissues, don’t use the term “bonus tracks.”
Looking back on his past achievements, the Bush singer can’t help but cite the Buddhist philosophy that says everyone suffers from the concept of time. Time, and what one chooses to do with it, is something that Rossdale’s been contemplating.