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Interview with Foghat's Roger Earl

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Foghat is still going strong after more than three decades. Those years have brought many changes to Foghat; different styles and tastes in the marketplace, member changes, and all that goes along with the crazy world of rock and roll. Through all those changes, founding member and drummer Roger Earl has been the one constant. Earl co-founded Foghat after a stint in Savoy Brown and has been the group's drummer ever since. Despite the group's radio success with "Slow Ride", "Fool For The City" and "I Just Wanna Make Love To You", it is Foghat's live performances that are the backbone of its success, and the recent CD "Live At The Blues Warehouse" shows the band still playing at the top of its game. Roger Earl joins us tonight on Long Live Rock to talk about that CD and his long career, and we are very proud that tonight we will also host the world debut of a new Foghat track, a cover of "So Many Roads" by Otis Rush, from Foghat's forthcoming blues CD!

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