Titled Winds of Change and credited to Jim Peterik & World Stage, the new album will feature contributions from ex-Styx singer Dennis DeYoung, REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin, Loverboy's Mike Reno, Night Ranger drummer/vocalist Kelly Keagy, and 38 Special's Don Barnes and Danny Chauncey. REO Speedwagon had several hits on the Billboard Hot 100 throughout the 1980s, including two chart-toppers written by Cronin: “Keep on Loving You” and “Can’t Fight This Feeling” (1985). So I started messing around, trying to suss out some fingerings. Kevin: I think it is the last of the big time old school rock festivals. Jeb: What is the REAL reason…all BS aside, you left before Ridin’ the Storm Out? The last thing anyone in my house does is sit around and watch REO Speedwagon videos. I can tell if someone is just going through the motions or if someone really loves it and people are looking for that energy that they deserve. Kevin: I was lost on the streets of Chicago, literally, metaphorically, musically, emotionally, you name it. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Kevin’s connections and jobs at similar companies. It is always something different. The success of the Live album was what forced Epic into letting us produce Tuna, so any power that fell into my lap was a result of Gary's vision of capturing the band's live show on record, and thereby giving all of the early songs, including "Ridin' The Storm Out", "157 Riverside Ave." a second chance. Don't get me wrong here, I would still pay to hear Kevin sing. We are not going to top that Moondance show for this era of the band. Sometimes every idea that you have doesn’t always work out in the studio. Instead of leaving her, he decided that he would keep on loving her no matter what, as he made that promise: When I said that I… I swear to God, in the history of our band, that night at Moondance was the first time that all of the stars lined up. Gary had some pretty melodic stuff on there too. So, it was rather ironic to talk to Kevin for this interview and discover him being soft spoken. To capture the last ten years of the band, that show was it. He left Los Angeles after high school to study and travel. Capturing audiences. Kevin Cronin passed away in New York, New York. When I heard the first Crosby Stills and Nash album my head exploded. SAB choir/3-Part choir Mixed sheet music book by Kevin Cronin: Alfred Music at Sheet Music Plus. Those verses laid around in my head for about five or six years until one night in Chicago the chorus popped into said head, and I had me a song. There is something to be said in my mind for that. Like I say, I still really enjoy it and I still really am grateful to have the chance to remake the albums every night onstage. Save More Play More with Sheet Music Collections! SKU: MN0066497 Kevin: We got so lucky because there have been a number of times over the years where we’ve had the massive video shoot and all the remote trucks and the cameras and the whole thing and, for one reason or another, it just didn’t translate when you ended up watching it on video. It’s like Woodstock in a way. Then again, he had reportedly been schtooping, er inspired by, the great songstress Judy Collins. Set for release on April 26th, Winds Of Change, is another musical masterpiece featuring brand new Peterik songs in collaboration with a who’s who of melodic rock’s greatest superstars, including Kevin Chalfant (ex-The Storm), Dennis DeYoung (ex-Styx), Matthew and … I’m too busy being ‘dad’ when I’m home and I like it that way. Usually, if I want to rewrite something in a song then it is a lyrical rewrite I want to do. This interview first appeared in Goldmine Magazine in 2013. Kevin: We had a nice placement in that movie. The change in his voice is really quite shocking (to me, at least.). Jeb: Was the Tuna album the changing point in band power? Kevin Cronin — lead singer of ’80s rock group REO Speedwagon — heard the words straight from his own son’s mouth … and still couldn’t believe it — but it is one of the funniest celeb kid moments ever.. Cronin was shopping with his wife and kid when he and our photog started riffing about the lyrics from his hit, “Take It On The Run” — and that’s when his son pounced. He was my rock 'n roll big brother. The band was in the right headspace and everybody was healthy and we really got lucky. At some point, when I have more time on my hands, I know I’m going to get around to doing this. You were talking about reinventing things and you just did that with the song “Roll with the Changes” in the Jobs movie. The variant Kevan is anglicized from Caoimheán, an Irish diminutive form. Think about it! It is really scary because what if I don’t put it across well? I find it quite acceptable, if a voice gets weaker, quivery or gnarled - if the material is chosen carefully. Part II focused on many classic REO tunes, as well as some deep album cuts being discussed and how Cronin feels about former bandmate Gary Richrath. It was Cronin’s melodic sensibility that transformed REO into one of America’s biggest bands in the 1980s. Kevin Patrick Cronin is the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and occasional pianist for the American rock band, REO Speedwagon. Kevin (/ ˈ k ɛ v ɪ n /) is the anglicized form of the Irish masculine given name Caoimhín ([kiːvʲiːnʲ], Middle Irish: Caoimhghín [kəiṽʲʝiːnʲ], Old Irish: Cóemgein [koiṽʲɣʲinʲ], Latinized Coemgenus), composed of Irish caomh (Old Irish cóem) "dear; noble" and -gin (Old Irish gein) "birth".. He earned a BS in Philosophy from East Tennessee State University and an MFA in Acting from the University of Louisville. R.E.O./T.W.O. However, thanks to Cronin’s kindness and willingness to finish our interview, and being able to communicate electronically, Cronin and I were able to finish the interview by typing back and forth the rest of the questions and answers, the result of which was getting to finish a great interview and allow Kevin to rest his vocal chords! Sometimes, when the cameras are rolling the band gets so amped up that you shoot yourself in the foot. Gordon Lightfoot. ... Tender turmoil in your voice Change is spreading through you like a fire Bridges are burning, you made your choice Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by hackjo, Aug 17, 2006. Every night they bring it and it shows the effort that you put into it. I mean, it made you famous, gave you TONS of cash, cemented REO’s place in Rock History. Available for your next TV or radio spot, IVR phone message, documentary, or any message you want to cut through and make an impact. Jeb: Another one of that albums that is horribly underrated is “Being Kind (Can Hurt Someone Sometimes).” Forum Policies, Rules, and Terms of Service. For people who have never been there, or don’t know what it is, please describe it. You can close your eyes and listen to the soundtrack as it is so interesting. I would guess that most recording artists would agree that there are things about them that the public doesn’t know that they are capable of because whatever you have your first success with, people think that is what you are, and that is all you are. Suddenly, I kind of liked the lyrics. I can’t expect the guys to hear what I hear in my head until the record comes out, basically. Includes Guitar Recorded Versions (with TAB) for Voice, range: F#4-A5 or Guitar 1 or Guitar 2 or Guitar 3 or Guitar 4 or Guitar 5 or Backup Vocals or Strum in D Major. very weird the way he sings now. REO Speedwagon singer Kevin Cronin has admitted he hadn’t really heard of John Lewis before his band’s hit ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ was covered by … I think it was starting to become evident with some of the later tracks on the Rhino box set from the Painter Passing Through album. View Kevin Cronin’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. s course But my love will not, my love is a rock Jeb: When you sit in your house and you watch something where REO music comes on is it odd to listen to yourself, or watch yourself, in your own home? I on the other hand had not yet been laid.). There has to be a certain amount of muscle memory after all this time. Could be the voice of reason or just blind devotion Whatever it is it? You never play anything from that album, other than Bruce’s song… Why? I am working on a TV show where I get to go into my daughter’s choir class…she’s a member of the elite 12 kids of the choir. http://www.goldminemag.com. The change in his voice is really quite shocking (to me, at least.) I am but a pretender. so I wrapped my own thumb around the neck of my friend David Drury's Guild six string and next thing I knew the verses of "Time For Me To Fly" effortlessly materialized. It is scary, but it is also so exciting and so rewarding. A Los Angeles native, James did his first commercial at the age of two. Seems the singer had laryngitis and despite doctor’s orders to shut the hell up, he still came through with a great interview for the Goldmine faithful. Shop and Buy Can't Fight This Feeling sheet music. Jeb: During this interview you were kind enough to keep talking even though you had laryngitis…. When all else failed I remembered Richie Havens playing with his thumb at Woodstock, (one of that film's most powerful scenes in my opinion...the guy had no amps, no drums, just him, his beat up acoustic guitar, and a song he was making up as he went along...awesome!) I can't find any way to interpret that line. I don’t like being pigeonholed. The band's sound became more melodic on the Tunafish record, but that was more a result of the songwriting. You two were a true team and I am wondering how the way things turned out makes you feel when you look back at the good, the bad and the ugly with that particular relationship. Jeb: You have maturity. I just can't sing it. Kevin: I love the sentiment behind "Only The Strong Survive"..."You may not know this but you are everything you ever needed" is another of Richrath's amazing opening lines. REO Speedwagon frontman Kevin Cronin talks everything behind and about the band's long awaited new studio album. Jeb: I would love to hear you take that song and maybe ten others and strip them down and give us acoustic Cronin singing REO classics with just the acoustic guitar. Honestly, I can’t even say that I liked the song that much but I guess in retrospect…I am trying to think how it happened. I don’t think that is true. Jeb: The last album I will mention is Hi Infidelity. Sometimes you’re in such a space, creatively, that you’re trying new things and you’re having fun and the audience is on that trip with you. It was a very grassroots type of festival and it started small and built over the years. Kevin is an extremely passionate guy - especially in regards to the new album - and I hope that shines through in this interview. The band really clicks on this recording. Kevin’s education is listed on their profile. Kevin: I was politely asked to leave, on behalf of the band, by then tour manager Andy Green, after dinner in the dressing room, before that night's concert. I have been doing that at her high school the past couple days and it is one of the greatest musical experiences that I have had. Kevin has 5 jobs listed on their profile. There was no choice but to keep pushin' on...which I have been doing ever since. How did you come to get that song to be where it came to be? I think they are proud of what I do. Playing with the band and keeping the band working is kind of the priority. It is more like the song sounds today. I think Sammy Hagar played the night before and Lynyard Skynyrd the night before that, so the people were warmed up. That being said, I would like to take this opportunity to start a rumor that "Never Been Any Reason" was actually written by one of the Head East guys' high school girlfriends right before she left for college. Sometimes it is just surviving the night because I’ve got a cold or whatever. Jeb: I think REO gets lumped in as a pop band and that is really unfair. Kevin: I am suffering from a bit of laryngitis, so I will be quieter than usual today. I love it when you two play shows together. My theory, though some may disagree, is that the band serves the songs. Jeb: Tell me about writing the lyrics to “Keep Pushin’.” A voice that specializes in commanding attention. If only this recording had been done 20 years ago or so when Kevin's voice was much younger. The fact that they used the re-recorded music made me glad. Tell me about “Let me Ride.” Winds Of Change is the long-awaited follow-up to Jim Peterik’s now legendary Jim Peterik’s World Stage album. Kevin: "Let Me Ride" was my answer to CSN's masterpiece, "Suite Judy Blue Eyes"...the songs are actually quite similar, with one minor exception: their song is actually a masterpiece. I just happened to have been on hanging on a friend's front porch in Boulder Colorado, and coincidentally his guitar was resting against a chair in open D, a tuning with which I was totally unfamiliar. Kevin: I do not think that is accurate. First I must apologize for taking ten years to get you on the phone for an interview! Apologies for any downtime or slow forum loading now or within the next week or so. I have videos of his early days in BJ in japan and he sings much different now. Soul", (my high school band, Fushia, covered those tunes), but when I put CSN on my high school girlfriend's turntable she didn't see me again the rest of that day. I was thinking that the original version of “Roll with the Changes” was the first time that Richrath and I had ever produced a record together, so we had no idea what we were doing. To have my daughter there is really great and makes it the best of both worlds. The mid-priced release rounded up the band’s fist seven studio albums and 1977’s double live set ‘Live: You Get What You Play For’ in one handy package, making some of the albums available on CD in the UK for the first time in a long while…and in the case of the … If you’re trying to remember what the chords are for a song, then you’re not going to be able to be very creative with it. At his best, Kevin WAS the best. I think there are a lot of different kinds of music and each songwriter approaches it from a different way. Print and download REO Speedwagon Time for Me to Fly Guitar Recorded Versions (with TAB). Thanks! You must remember that much of Reo's music is powerfull, melodic, vocal, Rock and Roll music. When I go to a show I get a vibe from the artist. REO Speedwagon fans realize that at least one song on the set list may fail to make it to the stage on any given night as Cronin may take up that much time with his stage rants. I think it had to do with the 30th anniversary of the Good Trouble album and the fact that we never play any of those tunes live. Hey, at least that "Keep On Loving You" money helped take the sting out of my shrink bills. It is a real touchy process as the songwriter. For the latest Word Stage album, Winds Of Change, Peterik has recruited some of the finest rock vocalists (and friends) to lend him a hand. The movie theater had this huge sound system and everything was so awesome. It was a totally different song. Creating energy and excitement. Jeb: Describe your performance that night. The times that it works, and works well, it is just amazing and that is why we keep going in for more abuse. “At the time, there were two camps in the band. Hopefully, I’ve still got a few surprises and I will tell you that I’m not done yet. It is widely reported his substance abuse problems are, well, problematic.
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