Carlos Santana checks in with Lisa ahead of his show at Jiffy Lube Live. They talk about everything from the original Woodstock, to his greatest career moments, to how to heal the world.
Yes lead vocalist Jon Anderson talks with Lisa about his latest solo album, his upcoming show at the Birchmere, and the possibility of reuniting with the other members of Yes for a tour next year!
Danny Hutton, lead singer and founding member of Three Dog Night, checks in with Lisa ahead of the band's performance at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. Danny shares stories from his years with the band, friendship with Brian Wilson, and more.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd gives us the scoop on his new album called 'The Traveler,' talks about his career and influences, and gets us set for his show at Wolf Trap with Buddy Guy.
Max Weinberg from the E Street Band checks in with Lisa to talk about the 'Max Weinberg's Jukebox' show coming to the Hamilton, plus the latest on Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band.
Director Tom Jones checks in to talk about his new movie, Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock 'N Roll. The film chronicles the ups and downs of Asbury Park, NJ over the decades, and the emergence of a vibrant music scene that still exists today. The film will be screened at theaters across the Washington, D.C. area on May 22 and May 29.
David Crosby checks in to talk about his upcoming performance in Alexandria, the new Cameron Crowe movie about his life, Woodstock 50, and lots more.
Chuck Carroll is known as the Weight Loss Champion after losing 275 pounds. In this second part of the interview, we focus on how he has successfully kept off the weight for 10 years and what he's learned along the way.
Chuck Carroll is know as the Weight Loss Champion after losing 275 pounds and keeping it off for 10 years. We talk about how he got to be 420 pounds (at just 5-foot-5) and what he did to lose the weight.
Todd Rundgren talks about his new book, 'The Individualist' and shares stories about working with Ringo Starr, Linda McCartney and Janis Joplin. He also discusses the current tour, and his thoughts on being snubbed by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Lead guitarist Phil Collen checks in with Lisa ahead of Def Leppard's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He also reveals details about Def Leppard's upcoming Vegas residency, and how he stays so fit.
Mickey Hart from The Grateful Dead checks in with Lisa to talk about the upcoming Dead & Company tour, Woodstock 50, memories from the original Woodstock, and his latest art show.
Def Leppard lead singer Joe Elliott checks in with Lisa Berigan ahead of the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Rob Halford, lead singer for Judas Priest, checks in with Lisa to talk about the new album, the upcoming show at The Anthem on May 12, and being the 'Metal God.'
Lisa and veteran movie critic Grae Drake get you set the upcoming Academy Awards by previewing the major categories including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Actor. They also discuss the direction the Academy has been taking in recent years, and the decision not to have a host this year.
Pink Floyd drummer and founding member Nick Mason checks in with Lisa to talk about his new band 'Saucerful of Secrets,' his love of cars, and if Roger Waters and David Gilmour will ever end their feud.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer John Lodge, bass player and vocalist for The Moody Blues, checks in with Lisa ahead of his show at the City Winery in D.C.
Paul Stanley from KISS checks in with Lisa to talk about his art exhibit, the future of KISS, his thoughts on a reunion with the original members, and who he wants to work with next.
Stewart Copeland checks in with Lisa to talk about Classic Rock Week on HDNet Movies. He also shares stories from his years with The Police, and entertains the possibility of a reunion tour.
Director/producer/actor Rob Reiner talks about his newest film 'Shock and Awe.' He also talks about his past films and political aspirations.