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Long Live Rock is an interview show featuring in-depth exclusives with some of rock music's greatest artists. Host Sterling Whitaker is a Nashville-based music journalist, and the author of two books: 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' in 2003, and 2007's 'The Grand Delusion: The Unauthorized True Story of Styx'. Whitaker has appeared as a guest on VH1, BBC Radio, and radio stations all over North America and has interviewed an impressive list of classic rock and progressive rock personalities for Examiner.com

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Howard Leese is best known for his long stint in the superstar rock group Heart, during which time the band went from virtually unknown to one of the most successful rock acts of its generation. Upon his departure from Heart Leese had... more

Comedian Don Jamieson has had a long and impressive career. Starting at MTV, Jamieson helped launch the careers of Kevin James, Jon Stewart and Tom Green before embarking on a stand-up career of his own. He is an Emmy Award winner... more

Gregg Rolie is a true rock legend. As a founding member of both Santana and Journey, Rolie's voice, keyboard playing and writing are a staple of the classic genre. He has succeeded in two very different styles across several decades... more

Gary Pihl has been playing with the legendary rock group Boston since the 'Third Stage' album in 1986. In addition to his guitar playing and singing, Pihl is Boston guru Tom Scholz' right-hand man in the business and technical side of... more

When bassist Dennis Dunaway was still in school, he formed a band with his friend Vincent Furnier on vocals. That band became Alice Cooper and went on to release a legendary string of hits including "I'm Eighteen" and "School's Out", in... more

Bruce Kulick is probably best known for the dozen years he spent as the lead guitarist in KISS. As the only guitarist in KISS history not to don makeup, Kulick performed on such Eighties hits as 'Hot In the Shade', 'Asylum' and 'Crazy... more

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.... more

Steve Morse is a guitar legend. From his groundbreaking work with The Dixie Dregs, to the wide variety of styles he's covered in the Steve Morse Band, Morse is undeniably one of the most respected guitarists in the world by both peers... more

Geoff Tate is always a great interview. Queensryche is somewhat of an anomaly among rock bands in that the band constantly challenges its audience with musically and lyrically complex albums in a variety of styles. Geoff himself is... more

Bob Kulick has an impressive pedigree as a guitarist. From his work on tour with Meat Loaf for the 'Bat Out Of Hell' album, to his studio work with KISS (playing many of the parts that fans assumed were Ace Frehley), Kulick has had a long... more

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