Clarence Clemons is “The Big Man” who has kept The Boss running since their time sleeping under the boardwalk in Asbury Park over 30 years ago.
This year, when John Lennon-themed everything seems to be de rigueur, “John Lennon: Life Is What Happens, Music, Memories & Memorabilia” offers a fresh take on an oft-explored topic.
Mission U.K. frontman Wayne Hussey’s rendition of the ten albums that influenced his life
“Fidelis” finds Canuck guitar hero Pat Travers magically in that nexus between the driving melodic hard rock of “Radioactive” and personal fave “Black Pearl,” and his latter years blues focus.
The new record mixes it up between acoustic sound and good old-fashioned rocking out.
The movie’s soundtrack is a musical puzzle that can’t be put together
Check out the release of “Dirty Dancing: The Original Demos,” marking the 23rd anniversary of the movie’s release and the one year anniversary of the passing of iconic actor Patrick Swayze.
Legendary Asia and ELP drummer is heading out on tour this Fall in what is billed as “Carl Palmer & His Band – Celebrates The Music of Emerson Lake & Palmer.”
In keeping with its tradition of touring for a cause, this year’s Lilith Fair raised more than a half-million dollars this summer, which was donated to local and national organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada.
With the release of the album, “Ordinary Heroes,” an ’80s icon takes us down a musical 180 journey.