By Steve Newton One thing you had to love about Lemmy Kilmister–apart from his brain-rattling music–was how good he was at being himself. He wasn’t the type to put on […]
By Steve Newton Guitar legend Dick Dale has passed away. Here’s my interview with him from 2000.
By Steve Newton Back in ’89 I did the first of my five interviews with Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip. He was the coolest.
In 1998 I did my one-and-only interview with the southern-rock legend. May he rest in peace.
By Steve Newton Thirty years ago this week–on February 16, 1989–I did the second of my three interviews with Canadian guitar hero Jeff Healey. He was only 22 at the […]
By Steve Newton Hey, it’s Friday night, so seems like a perfect time to grab a Pil, throw on some At Fillmore East, and post another excerpt from my fourth interview with […]
By Steve Newton When I interviewed guitar legend Tony Iommi back in March of 2007 he was bringing his Ronnie James Dio-fronted version of Black Sabbath, Heaven and Hell, to […]
By Steve Newton Back in ’83 when I interviewed AC/DC at a Vancouver hotel before the start of the Flick of the Switch tour I asked Malcolm Young whether Angus, […]