Poet. Guitarist. Songwriter. Publisher. Activist. Mother. Brenda Kahn’s music career stretches from the anti-folk scene of the East Village in the early 1990s to a recently published book of poetry about parenting aptly titled The Good, The Bad, And The Laundry. Along the way, Kahn recorded with her friend Jeff Buckley, played Lilith Fair multiple times, ran a website focused on women in music, and answered the call when Bob Dylan wanted her to open a show. While she may have traded the drug dealers of Avenue A for her children and a life in the countryside, Kahn’s keen eye for detail continues to serve her well.
The one and only ALICE COOPER chats with the Mighty Manfred about his latest album Paranormal and looks back on 50 years of a life in rock ‘n’ roll. This one is a must-listen!
Legendary Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen chats with the Mighty Manfred about the group’s kickass new album We’re All Alright! and looks back on 45+ years of a life in rock ‘n’ roll. This one is a must-listen!
The first thing you notice when you meet Little Steven Van Zandt is his eyes. He has an intense gaze that invites engagement on all things rock ‘n’ roll, but doesn’t suffer fools gladly. This isn’t an aloof rock star – this is a True Believer.