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Paul Dean Talks Loverboy

“We opened with 'Working for the Weekend' and the dance floor was packed. Right there. I went, okay. This is probably gonna do well." Paul Dean, founder of the eighties band Loverboy remembers his biggest hits, including “Working for the Weekend.”

Sounds of the Time: JD Souther

"My friends, Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and Don Henley and eventually Warren Zevon, were all ... more

Anthony of Little Anthony and the Imperials

"We were supposed to open for The Beatles when they came into New York at Shea Stadium, but my ... more

Dennis DeYoung talks Styx's beginnings

"I'm going to be in The Beatles or I'll form my own band and be The Beatles. That was it." Dennis ... more
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