At age 4, Van Dyke Parks committed himself to music. Now 73, the eclectic pianist-songwriter-arranger is just as dedicated, in spite of many articles.
Four new releases spotlight four diverse visions of artistry, from the samba of Studio Rio to the synth-pop of Philadelphia’s Resistor to the pure clean organic country of Madison King to the jazz of Wolfgang Muthspiel. Feel like experimenting? You can’t go wrong with these four.
Life is risky; accidents happen. That’s why we buy insurance. But the first thing you should do to protect your property is to create a collection inventory.
The Who Hits 50! tour will span the band’s full career, from the days it was known as The High Numbers through its many now-classic albums.
As he cheerfully calls his honey a ho and says she smells like a goat, Washboard Walter’s ‘Long Tall Disconnected Mama’ takes the road less traveled.
John Mayall is hitting the road on his 80th Birthday Celebration Tour, which happens to coincide with the release of “A Special Life,” his first new studio LP in five years.
Whatever you collect — from rare records to more traditional antiques and collectibles — you should take steps to insure and protect your collection.
Armed with his want list and his wallet, Dr. Disc is shopping his way through independent record shops and giving you the scoop on how they rate. In this edition: Rediscover Records in Elgin Ill.
Whether you love him for his guitar licks or hate him for his politics, Ted Nugent leaves a lasting impression. So, what music has impressed him?
Ted Nugent, aka The Motor City Madman, is touring the United States to support “SHUTUP&JAM!,” his first new studio album in seven years.