Interview by John Tobler, Rock's Backpages Audio, 30 April 1977
The three former Byrds discuss the prospect of being onstage together after some years apart; the possibility of a new Byrds album, and their own new bands and albums: Roger McGuinn's Thunderbyrd, Chris Hillman's Slippin' Away, and Gene Clark's Two Sides to Every Story.
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Retrospective and Interview by Caroline Boucher, Disc and Music Echo, 6 February 1971
Chris Hillman looks back on the Byrds and talks about his 'Brothers' ...
Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 12 June 1976
WHAT THESE three soft rock American releases have in common is the Byrds. That's the connection plain and simple. Staunch Byrd-man Roger McGuinn returns from ...
Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, 2 December 1988
ROCK IS no longer the dirty word it once was in Nashville. But after LA's Desert Rose Band placed four singles on the country charts ...
Report and Interview by Bill Wasserzieher, OC Weekly, August 1997
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Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 3 February 2011
OFTEN OVERSHADOWED by flashier, more volatile, or more tragic bandmates, singer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Hillman's cred as a pioneer of country-rock is nonetheless impeccable. As ...
Obituary by Rob Hughes, The Guardian, 27 June 2011
Producer and manager behind the Byrds ...
Retrospective and Interview by Harvey Kubernik, Rock's Backpages, June 2018
MARKING THE 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Sweetheart of the Rodeo, Byrds co-founders Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman have been performing the album in its ...
see also Byrds, The
see also Desert Rose Band, The
see also Flying Burrito Brothers
see also McGuinn, Clark & Hillman
see also Souther-Hillman-Furay Band, The
see also Stephen Stills
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