Graham Gouldman – Life with 10.cc

From early days as a member of Beat combo’s The Whirlwinds and The Mockingbirds and then as a successful songwriter for the likes of Herman’s Hermits, Hollies, Jeff Beck and The Yardbirds with such memorable hits as No Milk Today, Bus Stop, Tallyman and For Your Love. I chat with Graham Gouldman on a career […]

The power of the internet, longevity and family life.

In the multi-cultural hustle and bustle of London’s Brick Lane in a hotel bar the Canadian siblings Margo and Michael Timmins better known as late 80’s alternative country rockers The Cowboy Junkies chat about their forthcoming album At The End of Paths Taken and mini acoustic tour. What has been remarkable about The Junkies career […]


Tony Bartolo talks to the Alabama 3 on miscarriages of justice, outlaw blues and the Great Train Robbers. In the dark depths of the wild west – actually a dingy basement in London’s Soho – I chew the fat with groovemeisters Rob Spragg (aka Larry Love) and Jonny Delafons (aka LB Dope) about their forthcoming […]

Todd Rundgren

White Lies – Todd Rundgren

Tony Bartolo talks to Todd Rundgren about lies, ‘Pop Idol’, and the comical Bruce Springsteen. Todd Rundgren’s deep American drawl turns into a huge belly laugh as I amuse him with the tale of my recent karaoke rendition of ‘Hello It’s Me’ in Vietnam, which helped to introduce the country’s masses to the magic of […]


Sparks talk to Tony Bartolo about the current state of pop and their desire to create the grand classical culture. Brothers Ron and Russell Mael are in town to promote their new album L’il Beethoven as new and fresh as anything being done by bands half their age. It’s Sparks reinventing Sparks. So, did Russell […]