Music Journalism

Peter Jones interviewed three Doobie Brothers.
Peter Jones, second from right, has profiled several of the Doobie Brothers, including Patrick Simmons, Tom Johnston, John McFee and Michael McDonald [not pictured].

A former Doobie Brother is still smokin’

Send in East High School graduate Judy Collins

Glen Campbell remembers

K.D.Lang … err k.d. lang

LeAnn Rimes & reasons

The Zombies walk again

The Zombies walk again: The sequel

Fries with that? Fast food meets speed metal

Getting the Kinks out with Ray Davies

The best trip for ‘folkie’ Beach Boy Al Jardine

The overnight success of Three Dog Night

Shawn Colvin is slow good

The Tymeless Flyte of Roger McGuinn

Another notorious Byrd brother

The ‘marvelous’ Tom Paxton

You can’t get everything you want from Arlo Guthrie

Is the musical better than the book?

Don’t cry for me, Webber haters

Lieber and Stoller finally make it ‘On Broadway’

Two men and a record store: A love story

Meet the pre-Beatles!

A Wing and a prayer

Denny Laine is in my ears and in my eyes

The ‘grace’ of Ladysmith Black Mambazo

The luck of the Chieftains

They ain’t makin’ Jews like Kinky anymore

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The Doobie Brothers: A long train runnin’

First Winter

Second Winter

Sheila E. dances to her own drum

Folk-punk? Why not, it’s the same three chords