The Brothers Van Zant revive a decade-old concert in a loud and proud way.
Lemon Henry Jefferson died during one of the worst Chicago winters on record, but his music lives on with quite the electric spirit.
Donovan talks about the release of “Buried Treasures Volume #1,” which includes 12 tracks that have never been heard before.
Marc Cohn is a natural storyteller. Every experience in life — good or bad — has inspired the singer/songwriter to create quality music.
It’s The Latest! It’s The Greatest! C’mon along and do the “Beale Street Breakdown” with Jed Davenport and his Beale Street Jug Band!
Kiefer Sutherland is already highly regarded as an American actor. Now it’s time to take him seriously as a musician and singer/songwriter.
Graham Nash becomes candid about his solo music and his life on the road.
From blues to jazz, there are quite a few new releases that are as energetic and interesting as any current music on CD.
David E. Stanley’s new book, “My Brother Elvis” lifts up all the dirty little secrets about Presley’s last days from his personal perspective.
Brits Mark Rye and Steve Waters ran the See For Miles label that concentrated on reissues. Now, they’re making news again with their “Extended Play” series.