Get ready for upcoming events including Marketplace Mall Record Show Oct. 11 in Winston-Salem, N.C., the Monster Record and CD Show Oct. 18 in Ann Arbor, MIch., the Winter CD/DVD/Record Show Nov. 2 in North Haven, Conn., and the KUSF Rock ‘N’ Swap Nov. 9 in San Francisco.
Seems The Rev. E.W. Clayborn, aka the Guitar Evangelist, sang the blues from experience with ‘Your Enemies Can Not Harm You (But Watch Your Close Friend).’
Dave Mason’s work with Traffic and as a solo artist made him a rock icon. His new LP, “Future’s Past,” manages to look both forward and back in his career.
Armed with his want list and wallet, Goldmine’s Dr. Disc is shopping his way through independent record stores. This time: In Your Ear! in Cambridge, Mass.
It’s been three years since Sebastian Bach lost his home to Hurricane Irene. He hasn’t rebuilt the house, but he’s working to rebuild his record collection.
Felder reflects on fond memories of playing music as a kid, the ups and downs of being an Eagle and getting guitar lessons from the legendary Duane Allman.
Guitarist James “JY” Young is the hard-rocking heart of Styx, a band which is something quite indefinable. So what albums helped shape Young into the crowd-pleasing musician he is today?
Who do you love? Well, if his lengthy career as one of America’s favorite blues rockers is any indicator, the answer is George Thorogood. We’re pretty sure he’s glad to hear it, as it means he does not need to get a haircut. Or a ‘real’ job.
A versatile singer, songwriter, guitarist and record label owner, Charlie Farren found national success in the ’80s with his rock trio, Farrenheit, and in the Joe Perry Project, alongside the famed Aerosmith guitarist. Although Farren may not be a household name outside of the Boston area, he is a favorite son of New England who enjoys great regional success and a loyal fan base spanning 40 years, thanks to his ongoing musical projects.
Night Ranger, Norman Greenbaum (yes, the ‘Spirit in the Sky’ guy) and Sammy Hagar share a common link: the helping hands of Boston guitarist Gary Pihl.