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Night and Day- The Thom Jennings Interview Archives


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Digging into the archives of Western New York based music writer Thom Jennings.

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This episode features three short clips where artists answer provocative questions: Mickey Thomas of Starship addresses "We Built This City" and Blender Magazine's tagging of it as the "worst song of all time" back in 2004. Brad Gillis... more

Burton Cummings is the former lead singer and keyboardist for the legendary Canadian rock band The Guess Who. During his 10 year tenure in the band, from 1965 to 1975, he sang, wrote or co-wrote many of their most... more

In the spring of 2017 Todd Rundgren was gearing up to embark on one of his most ambitious tours in recent memory. The tour to support his "White Knight" album was a multimedia extravaganza, and the early dates included what... more

Former Santana and Journey keyboardist Gregg Rolie discusses his second time being inducted into the Rock Hall and how long it had been since he had seen Steve Perry. Gregg also discusses the tough decision he made to leave Journey... more

David Cassidy passed away on November 21 at the age of 67. The actor turned musician, or the other way around, was a teen sensation at a very early age thanks in part to his famous father Jack Cassidy. At the height of his popularity... more

Singer-songwriter, producer, cult hero and soon to be published author Todd Rundgren is approaching his 70th birthday and yet he shows no signs of slowing down. Todd already has major projects lined up for next year including... more

Before his entrance into the national comedy circuit, when May was just 17 years old, he won a contest in Texas to open for Sam Kinison. After the show, May and Kinison struck up a lifelong friendship that lasted until Kinison's death in 1992. In... more

John Wetton was best known as the lead singer and bassist for the supergroup Asia, and was also known for stints in King Crimson, U.K and Uriah Heep. In 1982 Asia's debut album was a surprise hit for Geffen Records, and introduced... more

Buffalo native and founding member of Three Dog Night, Cory Wells passed away in 2015. He was actively touring with the group right up until his death. Wells is the voice behind many of the groups hits including "Try a Little Tenderness."... more

In 2012 Yes was still actively touring with Jon Davison, Steve Howe, Alan White and Geoff Downes. One never knows which member will give an advance interview for a tour date, but back in 2012 I was lucky enough to chat with Chris... more