Ringo Starr’s latest album finds him in his usual good spirits, with the opening track, “Anthem,” setting the tone.
The country-rock pioneer and Monkee shares his inspirations, why he’s going back on the road and why Tommy Tedesco’s Telecaster went airborne during a recording session.
This documentary on the rise and fall of The Beatles’ Apple Records label is basically an informative view of the period from 1968 to 1975.
Denny Somach discusses the lingering controversy over the band’s adaptations of blues songs, the scoop on a reissue project and the likelihood of a reunion.
List influential women in rock, and you see the same names: Patti Smith, Joan Jett, Janis Joplin. And while they all are worthy artists, there are plenty more who broke new ground, but seldom get the credit they deserve.
The last five releases in the Queen reissue program cover the band’s least successful period in America. But as with the other reissues, the sound quality is much improved.
I must confess that I’m rarely drawn to works of fiction. I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I opened this tome, set squarely in the ’50s and ’60s.
Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings have been playing diverse 20th-century roots music for nearly two decades now, and Proper Records shares it with this five-disc box set.
Why did people like Bad Company so much anyway? Well, it had to be with the immediacy of simple songs without ego
Part Led Zeppelin, part Foreigner and all talent, Pat Benatar arrived just in time to blast disco off the charts and knock rock and roll off of its feet.