Merci, Montreal, for a festival that remains magnifique!
Youngblood Lowell “Banana” Levinger’s solo album “Get Together — Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics” offers due homage to a band whose unassuming demeanor made them as much a forewarner of essential Americana as The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield or any California contemporary.
Martin Barre, the erstwhile guitarist for Jethro Tull, finds joy in going it alone.
The third Moody Blues Cruise, subtitled, appropriately, “Lovely To See You,” was a vintage time at sea with many classic musical memories.
The late Sir George Martin is best known for steering The Beatles in the right creative direction in the studio. But he took on remarkably varied projects with other artists. Here is a list of some of Martin’s most memorable recordings.
KC and the Sunshine Band came to prominence in the ’70s, and that infectious sound remains popular. Here are the albums that influenced band leader, Casey.
Music with messages for peace is still needed all these decades later and is an example why the album “Spirit of ’67” remains as timely as ever.
Guitarist Mike Rutherford tells Goldmine about switching gears between his work with Genesis and Mike + The Mechanics.
Richard Loren saw a side of the music biz that most of us can only imagine, now outlined in his latest book.
Musical Director Frank Simes is behind the scenes for now, but his superstar connections — such as The Who — promise to raise his personal profile quickly