Topic: Featured Articles


RockCellar Magazine
September 14, 2022
“Blues Albums Turned My Life Around”: Dave Stewart on New LP ‘Ebony McQueen,’ Eurythmics’ Legacy and Beyond

Dave Stewart could easily be considered the Zelig of modern day rock and roll.  He and his Eurythmics partner Annie Lennox came to the rescue when Tom Petty’s house was...

RockCellar Magazine
September 14, 2022
Doug “Cosmo” Clifford on Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ‘Lost’ Royal Albert Hall Concert Film/LP

Creedence Clearwater Revival was a San Francisco Bay Area band that had yet to visit a bayou when they popularized swamp rock in 1969 with hits like “Proud Mary” and...

RockCellar Magazine
September 12, 2022
Fontaines D.C.: From Ireland to London to the Rest of the World — Q&A with Bassist Conor Deegan

These are busy times for Fontaines D.C. The post-punk outfit, which hails from Dublin, Ireland (hence the D.C. in their name) but currently calls London home, just launched a key...

RockCellar Magazine
September 8, 2022
Caleb Crosby of Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown Q&A: New LP ‘Shake the Roots,’ Inspiration from AC/DC and More

Shake the Roots is an apt title for the new album from Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, as the band assiduously plumbs and revisits its blues and rock roots throughout...

RockCellar Magazine
August 19, 2022
Oasis ‘Be Here Now’ at 25: The Bombastic 1997 Album Remembered By Those Who Were There

“I don’t know what people are talking about,” Liam Gallagher said in 2017. “I think it’s great.” I had asked the Oasis front man about Be Here Now, the Britpop...

RockCellar Magazine
August 12, 2022
David Paich Talks Toto, the “Yacht Rock” Label, Working with Steely Dan and His New Solo Debut, ‘Forgotten Toys’

Toto‘s string of hits reads like a soundtrack of the 1970s and ’80s: “Hold the Line,” “99,” “Rosanna,” and “Africa,” the No. 1 smash that has logged over one billion...

RockCellar Magazine
August 12, 2022
‘Songs For While I’m Away’: Thin Lizzy’s Scott Gorham Talks New Doc and His Friendship with Phil Lynott

As a member of ‘70s arena rock stars Thin Lizzy for nearly a decade, guitarist Scott Gorham served as the right-hand man to the band’s charismatic and talented front man,...

RockCellar Magazine
August 12, 2022
A Fast and Loose Chat with Eddie Spaghetti of The Supersuckers, ‘The Greatest Rock n’ Roll Band in the World’

Melding garage-punk, brawny rock and roll and alt-country since their formation in 1988, The Supersuckers have carved out a formidable career built on a catalog of killer records and exhaustive...

RockCellar Magazine
July 12, 2022
Chicago Co-Founder Robert Lamm on New Album ‘Born For This Moment,’ Touring with Brian Wilson and Beyond

Chicago, the self-described “rock and roll band with horns,” has always done everything big. Formed in 1967, Chicago celebrates its 55th anniversary this year, and on July 15 is releasing...

RockCellar Magazine
July 12, 2022
Picking Up the Pieces: Richie Furay Talks Covering Keith Urban, Sammy Kershaw and More on ‘In the Country’ LP

Richie Furay has been part of three influential bands that have produced a stack of hits: Buffalo Springfield, Poco and the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band. Yet as a solo artist, Furay has...