Max Raabe and Palast Orchester are touring to support their new DVD release, “Live in Berlin ‘ Heute Nacht Ordernie.”
Canadian singer-songwriter Lynn Miles is on the road to support Black Flowers Vol. 1-2, her double-disc album that includes both new and old songs. She has won multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and a Juno award.
Born in 1948, the talented tot James Chambers wowed audiences at country fairs before celebrating his homeland’s independence and his own by joining the deluge of youngsters flooding into the capital, Kingston, in 1962.
A television journalist gives up a career in broadcasting to open a record store that thrives on its diversity
Some 40 years later, almost to the day, Terry Sylvester, who replaced Graham Nash in The Hollies, will make a similarly emotional flight to New York City to be inducted, along with his bandmates, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
New Disc Releases and Reissues Updated March 2, 2010.
For our regular Market Watch readers, it no surprise that The Beatles almost always show up in one form or another in our countdown. This week is no exception — and The Fab Four manage a very tidy hat trick as they conquer the top three spots.
SongVest, Inc. is known as the world’s first and only song-rights auction house. The company provides “music memorabilia with a paycheck” by acting as a broker between songwriters (or their heirs) and rights buyers. Since 2007, SongVest has given music fans, collectors and investors the unique opportunity to own a part of once-in-a-lifetime memorabilia.
The honor is so richly deserved that it’s probably churlish to ask precisely which incarnation of Genesis it was that brought them into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.
Taking a bold stand in the never-ending debate over which Beatle was more talented, author John Cherry puts his money on Paul.