Vince Treanor: The Man Behind The Doors

Vince Treanor, the Road Manager of the legendary band The Doors, played an important role throughout the band’s career from 1967 to 1972. He stood directly behind the band on stage, built custom equipment, and was in charge of how audiences heard The Doors live. In this exclusive interview, Vince lifts a fraction of the veil on his upcoming memoir “Behind the Doors,” one of the year’s most revealing books in which he writes down what no other man could within The Doors.

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Exclusive interview: Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman looks back on the band’s history

The co-founder and multi-instrumentalist of one of Pop music’s defining bands looks back at his and the band’s career and discusses his upcoming tour that celebrates the 40th anniversary of “Journeys To Glory”

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An exclusive Pop Expresso interview with Charlie Hart

Charlie Hart, original member of Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance and collaborator of Eric Clapton, Ian Dury and Pete Brown talks with Pop Expresso about the new Slim Chance album “The Phoenix Tapes” and shares his view on the future of this legendary all-star band

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An interview with former Yell! singer Daniel James

After a hiatus of several years, Daniel James has returned to music with the new self-penned single “Set Your Spirit Free”, a positive message inspired by coming out of the lockdown. In this exclusive interview, James recalls some of his memories as a Pop music star in the 1980’s, working with Mike Stock and Matt Aitken, of the iconic team Stock, Aitken and Waterman, being signed to Fanfare records through Simon Cowell, meeting and working with legendary music publisher Dick Leary and even some curiosity stories about how George Michael’s late sister Melanie once dyed his hair blond. He also candidly talks about music and acting and his views on today’s music industry.

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