GB Exclusive Interview
Rock Hall of Fame Roger McGuinn speaks for the first time about the fall that cut short his tour, his recent surgery, upcoming rehab and plans to return to the stage better than ever.
Childhood Gift Changed Music History
Many of us collect and proudly display treasured objects because of their special significance. The legendary Roger McGuinn collects small transistor radios. The Byrds' founder describes how a childhood gift changed his life and inspired music history.
Roger Rocks on Rails
What happens when you give a music legend a home video camera and ask him to record an intimate concert on a train from Florida to New York City? All aboard for a trip through rock history with the Byrds founder Roger McGuinn.
Unique Video Triggers Roger's Reaction
Have you seen Roger Rocks on Rails? It's quickly become GB's most-viewed video. Roger McGuinn explains why he was blown away when he saw it, and why he never expected it to be seen by anyone.
Inside the Folk Den
Since 1995, Byrds founder Roger McGuinn has worked to keep the legacy of American folk music alive. Every month, he records a song for his Grammy-nominated Folk Den project. This is an exclusive inside look.
Draggin' 'Cross the U.S.A.
We're hanging out with Roger McGuinn, and he tells us a story about a little-known song he once played for a group of astronauts. Roger grabs his guitar, and voila! Another GB exclusive.
Eight Miles High: Historic Home Movie Rediscovered
In 1965, The Byrds' Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and David Crosby wrote the song Eight Miles High about their plane trip to England. Two years later, the group returned to London and McGuinn took along his home movie camera -- now he's unveiling the film.
The Music of Bob Rafkin
He learned his craft in the Greenwich Village scene of the '60s and like a fine wine has perfected with age. Introduce yourself to the music of this amazing songwriter/guitarist.
Roger McGuinn: Priceless Photo
It's just a small publicity photo -- or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?