Glenn Frey, on learning

“Except for a few guitar chords, everything I’ve learned in my life that is of any value I’ve learned from women.” — Glenn Frey, in Interview Magazine

Ida Evileye, on her three favourite bass guitar players

“CrypticRock.com – … Ida Evileye, you are Crucified Barbara’s bass guitarist. Who would you say are your top three favorite bass guitar players of all time? Ida Evileye – Geezer Butler, Geezer Butler, and…..Geezer Butler, totally.” Ida Evileye, of Crucified Barabara, in an interview with CrypticRock.com

Mia Coldheart, on girls, boys & rock and roll

“A friend of mine who plays music has two daughters, and they like our band. One of the girls was looking at one of our videos and asked, “Mommy, can boys play Rock and Roll too?” ” -Mia Coldheart, of Crucified Barbara in an interview with CrypticRock.com

Ty Taylor of Vintage Trouble, on rock ‘n’ roll

“Basically, we’ve always dreamed about the period when rock ‘n’ roll and soul kind of had that collision with rhythm & blues, that time when people said ‘forget it’ about what you were supposed to be playing. It was OK for black musicians to do rock ‘n’ roll, so you had your Little Richards and…

Greil Marcus, on rock ‘n’ roll

“Rock ‘n’ Roll is a combination of good ideas dried up by fads, terrible junk, hideous failings in taste and judgment, gullibility and manipulation, moments of unbelievable clarity and invention, pleasure, fun, vulgarity, excess, novelty and utter enervation.” -Greil Marcus