Moody Blues fans, we’ve got good news and bad news. The release of the group’s 17-disc box set has been delayed. But, there are three Moody-related tours set. Read Full Story
Goldmine Magazine’s latest group of Hall of Fame inductees includes one of the most varied 10 yet, with a great crooner, a Christian music giant, Progressive Rock stalwarts and early Rock favorites
Manzarek’s often-haunting keyboards complemented the lead singer JIm Morrison’s baritone and helped to set the mood for some of rock’s most enduring songs.
PUNK: Chaos to Couture, a visually stunning exhibition that features punk-related fashions from the 1970s to today, can be seen at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art through August 14th.
Check out the latest listings for shows including the Record & CD Collectors Show in South Bend, Ind., and the vinyl and sheet music Record Meet in Tacoma, Wash.
Before finding success as a musician, Alan Parsons was sound engineer for The Beatles and production engineer for Pink Floyd. And his resume just keeps growing.
From recommending soloist Clare Torry for ‘Great Gig In The Sky’ to coming up with the concepts (and sound effects) of the clocks and the cash register for ‘Time’ and ‘Money,’ respectively, Alan Parsons made an indelible mark on Pink Floyd’s magnum opus.