Robert M. Knight is the eye behind some of the most iconic rock photos ever. And each shot has a story behind it. He shares some of them in this interview around a new edition of his book, “Rock Gods: Fifty Years of Rock Photography.”
He’s left his musical mark on classic albums from Derek and the Dominoes, George Harrison, Bonnie and Delaney and more. Bobby Whitlock talks about the music, the memories and what’s next in our latest interview.
From the flyers tacked to a phone pole to the artier posters advertising a band, the Museum of Pop in Seattle has a collection that shows another creative side to rock. Our interview digs into the colorful particulars.
Denny Seiwell was Paul McCartney’s first choice as a drummer for the new band Wings. Coming on the heels of the Beatles, it was an eclectic experience — and we get an inside look at how this new Macca band worked.
Remember when music videos actually told a cool story? On Creedence’s 50th anniversary, director Laurence Jacobs introduces a new generation to their music via a beautiful piece of film. Our interview with him shares the backstory.