“…Give us some time to work on what we wanna do now. Which is…so different, that it’s gonna take time. You can’t just go ‘we’re gonna do something different’ and just crank it out. I mean you gotta experiment and it’s going to take a lot of songwriting and trial and tribulations. So it’ll be four years between albums for us at least.” — Nikki Sixx
These are two of the interviews that made me really, really excited for the future of Motley Crue. Nikki and Mick did a pair of MuchMusic interviews in the same day that aired on different programs. Mars and Sixx were engaged and enjoying themselves. I’ve edited the two interviews together here for you. The first is a live session with Steve Anthony. They take live questions in front of that big glass MuchMusic window with a legion of fans outside. The second is a brief one in the basement with Teresa Roncon from the Power 30.
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Due to popular vote here’s David Lee Roth in the first VHS Archive of 2020! This interview — jeez louise! — goes back 32 years. DLR was promoting Skyscraper and was lobbed a few softball questions by rookie Steve Anthony of MuchMusic (at least in comparison to his 1991 interview with Denise Donlon, link below).
Enjoy a little live footage from the Skyscraper tour and Roth’s thoughts on success and his history.
More DAVID LEE ROTH in the VHS Archives:
#23: David Lee Roth grilled by MuchMusic (1991)
#76: David Lee Roth discusses change and disses Ozzy (1994)
During his 1989 solo tour, Paul Stanley of KISS talked to MuchMusic’s Steve Anthony about his new company Paul Stanley Entertainment LTD.
“You can’t really call what we do ‘work’. How can you call your job ‘work’?” – Spike to Steve Anthony
1990 was a memorable year for rock and roll, but one of the great surprises of the year was the return of classic UK rock and roll, in the form of new bands The Black Crowes and The London Quireboys. Both owed obvious debts to the Stones and the Faces.
Guy Griffin and Spike joined Steve Anthony in the MuchMusic studios in late 1990 to talk about the Faces comparisons, their long rise to fame, radio and more. Check out the scarves and Steve Anthony’s ridiculous hightop shoes.
Are the band sedated or just laid back? You decide in this decent interview.
Lee Aaron was out of the gates in ’92 with her first greatest hits CD called Powerline. The single was “Peace on Earth” originally from 1991’s Some Girls Do album. Check out what Lee had to say to Steve Anthony on MuchMusic’s Hostess Sneak Previews.
Just a clip from an interview by MuchMusic’s Steve Anthony. I didn’t catch the full show at the time, so I recorded the interview clips whenever they were re-run.
In this clip, a hyper Bret Michaels of Poison talks about inspiration for his music and the audience response.