Gregg Allman has flown into the Billboard Album Charts with his first solo release in 14 years, “Low Country Blues.”
The producer, musician and rock and roll icon describes what it takes to be a musical wizard and a true star, chats about his stage show and ponders lost opportunities.
The drastic changes in the music industry over the last few years are not lost on Doobie Brothers singer-guitarist Tom Johnston. “People now put out product to back up touring. It used to be the exact opposite.”
Grace Potter knew she was destined to sing from an early age.
Chances are you’ve heard Mathis’ hits. There’s a reason why the man has been a legend since the ’50s.
Kevin Cronin, looks back at the making of the classic album
You may remember him first as a member of The Monkees, but there’s more to Micky Dolenz than you can shake a drumstick at.
Later this year, Jason Bonham will embark on a concert tour called “Jason Bonham: The Led-Zeppelin Experience” to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the passing of his father, the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Henry Bonham.
In recent years Foghat decided to make a dream of Lonesome Dave’s a reality: an all-blues record.
With the release of the album, “Ordinary Heroes,” an ’80s icon takes us down a musical 180 journey.