Lifting Shadows

The Authorized Biography of Dream Theater. Now in paperback.

Interviews

  • Current Band Members

    • James LaBrie
    • John Petrucci
    • Jordan Rudess
    • John Myung
    • Mike Mangini
  • Former Band Members

    • Mike Portnoy
    • Charlie Dominici
    • Chris Collins
    • Stephan Erickson (AKA Steve Stone)
    • John Arch
    • Derek Sherinian
    • Chris Cintron
    • John Hendricks
  • Album Producers / Engineers

    • David Prater
    • Kevin Shirley
    • Terry Date
    • Doug Oberkircher
    • Paul Northfield
  • Cover Artists

    • Larry Freemantle
    • Amy Guip
    • Dung Hoang
    • Hugh Syme
    • Storm Thorgerson
    • Peter Curzon
    • Dave McKean
  • Band Managers / Record Label Personnel

    • Derek Oliver
    • Dante Bonutto
    • Jim Pitulski
    • Derek Simon
    • Rob Shore
    • Rikk Feulner
    • Bill Barclay
    • Frank Soloman
    • Janna Glasser
    • David 5-1 Norman
    • Derek Shulman
    • Andrew Ross
    • Steve Sinclair
  • Various

    • Bruce Dickinson
    • Pete Trewavas
    • Ben Huggins
    • Jamshied Sharifi
    • Jens Johansson
    • Chris Jericho
    • Sebastian Bach
    • Erik Neldner
    • Robert Mason
    • Eric Gandras
    • Gail Flug
    • Jim Matheos
    • Tony Levin
    • Neal Morse
    • Roine Stolt

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