Legendary singer and songwriter and former Family frontman Roger Chapman talks to Adrian Janes about his long career and his first album in seven years ,'Life in the Pond'
Roger Ruskin Spear
Roger Ruskin Spear, the saxophone player, clarinetist and robot maker with The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, talks to Nick Dent-Robinson in this 2011 interview about the legendary 60’s anarchic satirists' career, jazz influences and reformations.
Duran Duran drummer Roger Taylor speaks to Nick Dent-Robinson about his band's 80's stardom and their continued longevity
Lisa Torem speaks to former Byrds singer and guitarist Roger McGuinn about his personal influences, the importance of traditional muisc and his forthcoming UK tour
Paul Waller chats to vocalist Ranking Roger about his reformed 80's ska/reggae group the Beat and their 1981 second album 'Wha'ppen?'which has just been re-released on vinyl
Mission of Burma
Paul Waller speaks to Roger Miller from seminal Boston-based post-punk act Mission of Burma about his group's influential early releases, their reformation after two decades apart and latest album, last year's 'Unsound'
Roger Waters guitarist David Kilminster talks to Lisa Torem about his solo album, 'Scarlet', which five years after recording it, he decided ro re-record and reissue in a new and expanded 'Director's Cut'
Roger O' Donnell
Roger O' Donnell was the keyboardist in the Cure between 1987 and 1990 and again from 1995 to 2005 and played on four of their albums, including their classic 'Disintegation'. He talks to Anthony Strutt about his time in the band and latest solo album, 'Piano Formations'
English-born but now Florida-based singer-songwriter Steve Robinson is the former guitarist with the Headlights, who worked in the 90's as Byrds star Roger McGuinn's touring band. Malcolm Carter talks to him about his latest solo album, 'Undercurrent', and his unique brand of melodic pop
A Delicate Sound of Thunder
Recorded during their longest ever tour, a reissue of 1988 concert film The Delicate Sound of Thunder sees Pink Floyd attempting to adapt their pioneering psych/ prog rock for a new generation. Richard Lewis reviews
Us + Them
Richard Lewis watches a highly impressive document of Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters’ huge 'Us + Them' tour, which sees the musician in typically uncompromising, fiery form.
Simon Davies, former director of UK-based Teenage Cancer Trust and now executive director of America-based Teen Cancer America, discusses the organisation's goals, current focus and the involvement of Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend from The Who in it
Roger Chapman and the Shortlist
Adrian Janes finds much to recommend in 'Live at Rockpalast - Markthalle Hamburg 1979' and 'Live at Grughalle Essen 1981', two recently reissued CDs/DVDs of heartfelt rock funk and soul from former Family vocalist Roger Chapman and his group at that time, the Shortlist
Teen Cancer America
Lisa Torem assesses and reflects upon the work of Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend's charity Teen Cancer America, which has recently opened centres in the United States
at Vina Robles Amphitheatre, Paso Robles, 12/8/2018
L. Paul Mann watches Roger Daltrey pull out some old Who gems at Vina Robles Amphitheater in California.
Pavilion, Highland Park, Illinois, 25/6/2018
Lisa Torem watches Roger Daltrey, with The Who band, perform a flawless version of Pete Townshend’s 'Tommy' plus more at the popular Pavilion near Chicago at a nearly sold-out gig on a Monday night.
Royal Albert Hall, London, 30/3/2010
The Who recently played a gig at the Royal Albert Hall for Roger Daltrey's Teenage Cancer Trust benefit gig, Anthony Strutt watches them play 'Quadrophenia' at it with a range of special guests to still impressive effect
Royal Albert Hall, London, 5/4/2003
In an incredible show featuring a guest performance from the Who's Roger Daltrey, Jonjo McNeill watches Manchester's Doves transfrom London's prestigious Royal Albert Hall "from a dull, upper class opera house into a sweaty Northern indie club"
Peace On You
Carl Bookstein reflects on 'Peace on You', the 1974 second solo album from Byrds founder, singer and guitarist Roger McGuinn which has just been reissued.
Jon Roger reflects on ex-Teardrop Explodes front man Juian Cope's recently re-released third solo album, 'Saint Julian'
In her 'Raging Pages' book column Lisa Torem reflects on 'Thanks a Lot Mr Kibblewhite', the autobiography of the Who's Roger Daltrey.
Lisa Torem finds that Dave Thompson doesn’t stand on ceremony in his new biography about former Pink Floyd composer Roger Waters, and that exclusive interviews and diligent detail spike a variety of insights.
Earls Court, London, May 1973
In 'Gig of a Lifetime' Keith How writes of attending one of Pink Floyd's legendary 'The Dark Side of the Moon' concerts at Earls Court in London in 1973
(Gig of a Lifetime) Earls Court, London, August 1980
In 'Gig of a Lifetime', Dastardly writes of attending his first ever gig, one of Pink Floyd's legendary 'The Wall' shows at Earls Court in London in 1980