Every year, Stuck in the '80s cranks out about a dozen interviews with musicians, actors and celebrities from our favorite decade. And while we may have fallen short on numbers in 2011, the quality of those chats was hard to beat.
Here are all our interviews from 2011, ranked roughly top to bottom (with no offense intended toward those near the bottom -- it was a great year top to bottom).
STEVE PERRY: The former Journey frontman spent nearly an hour with Spearsy, talking about the old days on tour, romances caught on record and his future in music. [Listen]
JIM KERR: Still the main man in Simple Minds, Jim gave us an amazing look at the decade in music from the perspective of a true hitmaker. From Live Aid to the future of Simple Minds, it's all here. [Listen]
GREG KIHN: Our love for him will never be in jeopardy. Listen as he spins stories from his glory days on the road. [Listen]
SIMON LE BON: Duran Duran's frontman talks about how iTunes has changed music for the better. [Listen]
TIM BUTLER: The ladies all love Tim, the bass player for the Psychedelic Furs. [Listen]
CONSTANTINE MAROULIS: The former American Idol spent much of 2011 on the road with the touring musical Rock of Ages. [Listen]
ROBBIE GREY: The lead singer of Modern English talks about Melt With You, and its lasting legacy on the band and music today. [Listen]
JOHN CAFFERTY: The leader of the Beaver Brown Band talks about Stallone flicks, soundtracks and his Jersey sound. [Listen]
TOMMY LEE: Motley Crue's drummer is all bravado when talking about backstage during Crue tours. [Listen]