It’s been 12 years since Jon Anderson made his last studio album with Yes. The album in question, “Magnification,” has a few other claims to fame, too.
Houston-based Backstage Auctions marks its 10th anniversary specializing in selling music-related memorabilia consigned by artists and industry insiders.
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.
Before Ray Charles or Aretha Franklin, singer Ruth Brown reigned at Atlantic Records, fittingly dubbed in the 1950s as The House That Ruth Built.
Few folks spring out of bed at 0-dark-thirty on Black Friday to stand in lines that make DMV waiting seem fun. But Back to Black Friday may win you over.
Picture discs, box sets, colored vinyl, 7-, 10- and 12-inch records: There’s something for just about any music collector debuting on Back To Black Friday.
A variety of independent record shops will be hosting special Back to Black Friday events and offering limited-pressing releases starting Nov. 29, 2013.
Put on your thinking turban and channel your inner Carnac. It’s time to predict which 2014 performer nominees will join the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.
In addition to Yes, Nirivana, KISS, The Zombies and Linda Ronstadt, the Rock Hall’s ballot for the Class of 2014 includes Cat Stevens, Hall and Oates, Link Wray, Peter Gabriel, The Replacements, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Chic, LL Cool J, The Meters, N.W.A. and Deep Purple.
Don’t get fooled by a glamorous vintage photo of a prim and proper Memphis Minnie. The Queen of The Blues was known to pack more than a powerful set of pipes.