Janis Ian won her first Grammy when she was 16. Forty-six years later, she picked up the Best Spoken Word Grammy for “Society’s Child: My Autobiography.”
As Garbage — the band, that is — releases its first full-length concert film, fans wonder: Can a new album be far behind? Drummer Butch Vig weighs in.
“Anybody singing the blues is in a deep pit, yelling for help,” Mahalia Jackson once remarked. And if anyone can relate to that remark, it’s Beth Hart. She was an up-and-coming vocalist before drugs, alcohol and numerous trips to the psych ward derailed her career.
With her personality and pizzazz, Grace Potter could be whatever she wanted. But, as Little Richard says, “The girl can’t help it.” She just wants to rock.
These days, the former Raider finds them collaborating with New Jersey’s Doughboys — and nary a pair of tights in sight.
Mark Weiss launched his career at age of 14, when he agreed to cut grass in exchange for his camera. But it took him a night in jail to commit to his craft.
With three lead singers and shared compositional credits, the music of Blue Sky Riders’s debut, “Finally Home,” sounds inspired and invigorating.
Eric Bloom talks about Blue Öyster Cult’s early days, the now-(in)famous SNL skit and why the band will keep touring for as long as people want to hear them play.
Simon Townshend can stand just fine on his own two musical feet, thank you. But since 1996, he’s also been pitching in with The Who, alongside big brother Pete.
The drummer honors his father’s musical legacy while bringing The Led Zeppelin Experience to fans while forging a