Category Archives: Rock and Roll Coffee

When Pop Music Goes Dark: An Interview With Mark Brooks

“People might say, “Oh, this is straight pop music,” but when you dig in, it’s much more – it’s heartbreak, it’s anger, it’s back-stabbing…Everything on this record comes from a real feeling and a real experience. Continue reading

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The Job of a Lifetime

Former Christmas tree salesman/child wrangler/fire escape painter Robert Burke Warren realizes the day jobs are a significant part of the story. Continue reading

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My Night with Nico

What does one do when Fellini movie star, Warhol icon, former bedmate of Jim Morrison, Iggy Pop, and Jackson Browne, and frontwoman of The Velvet Underground leaves the methadone clinic and walks in to your waitressing gig? Holly George-Warren, eminent rock scribe and esteemed guest at The Weeklings, was still slinging hash when she crossed paths with the chanteuse/muse in late seventies Manhattan, but she did not let the opportunity pass her by. Continue reading

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Rock & Roll Coffee: A Conversation with Anson Williams

SECOND GRADE. Every day after school I watch Happy Days reruns with my neighbor, Steffie Dougal. “Fonz is the coolest,” I tell her. “Not even,” she replies. “Fonzie’s always bragging and trying to act tough.” “Pff,” I scoff. “Who’s cooler … Continue reading

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Get In The Ring: An Interview with Fozzy Vocalist Chris Jericho

Fozzy vocalist Chris Jericho, who also happens to be one of the most decorated professional wrestlers in history, wants to help you party like it’s 1979 — Van Halen style. Continue reading

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Rock & Roll Coffee: Kip Winger on Super-Muso Hair Metal, Scoring Ballet & Making Peace with Beavis

JM Blaine sits down with Kip Winger for absorbing look back at the final days of hair metal, the little-known story behind the band’s multi-platinum breakthrough and of course, Beavis and Butthead. Continue reading

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Rock and Roll Coffee: An Interview with Zakk Wylde

Zakk Wylde discusses his first number one debut, “Catacombs of the Black Vatican,” the human resources policy for Black Label Society and his solution for ending war. It includes drinking and rock and roll. Continue reading

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