Bee Gees


  • Whitney Houston’s Second Act: The Album That Changed Everything

    Whitney Houston’s second album, “Whitney,” released on June 2, 1987, was a seismic event in pop music history. This album didn’t just meet the high expectations set by her debut—it obliterated them, securing Houston’s place as a musical titan and smashing records left and right. From the outset, “Whitney” was a force of nature. It…

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  • Reviewed—MoFi’s One Of These Nights By The Eagles

    As the ’60s came to a close, with the dawn of the new decade just on the horizon, many rock bands abandoned references to psychedelics in their music, favouring instead a return to roots, folk, and country.

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  • An Interview with André Perry, legendary record producer and founder of the fabled Le Studio, Part 1

    This interview was initially released on June 25th 2022. Founder of Quebec’s fabled Le Studio music studio and recipient of the Order of Canada and an honorary doctorate from Laval University, André Perry has worked with a who’s who of musical icons: John Lennon, Rush, Cat Stevens, The Police, the Bee Gees, Keith Richards, Roberta…

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  • The Jay Jay French Connection, Episodes 51-55

    Episode 51 This week we’re revisiting a favorite episode from this past year – Jay Jay’s conversation with Frank Marshall. Hear Jay Jay chat with the acclaimed film director and producer, who recently directed the Bee Gees documentary “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart.” Listen to this unique interview to hear Jay Jay and…

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  • The Jay Jay French Connection, Episodes 1-5

    Episode 1 In the premier episode of The French Connection, Jay Jay brings on his close friend and renowned drummer Mike Portnoy. Tune in to listen to Jay Jay and Mike discuss their musical histories, playing together in Twisted Sister, the importance of drummers, Beatles fandom & much more. Episode 2 In the second episode…

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