Few rock albums have a back story as rich as the one that belongs to “On The Road To Freedom,” the 1973 release from guitar virtuoso Alvin Lee and southern gospel prodigy Mylon LeFevre.
Johnny quickly followed his debut with an album that most fans consider his best, “Second Winter.”
Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees includes the man who put the bomp in the bomp, bomp, bomp, his songwriting spouse and the other half of the Gamble-Huff duo
For close to two decades now, pop savant David Bash has been in charge of the International Pop Overthrow festival music, and also curates a CD for it each year.
The Filled With Sound blog reviews the strong vocals of Bill Johnson to the legendary persona of David Bowie
To say that Ian Hunter and, before he launched his solo career, Mott the Hoople mean a lot more than they ever sold is something of an understatement. Mott’s biggest hit single was their first, more than two years before …
Who started Folk Rock? One standout candidate is Simon & Garfunkel. However, there’s a case to be made that the British contribution is a legitimate one.
Here ’tis – my list of the top 20 albums of 2016. It was a solid year for new releases, but these are the ones that in particular perked up my ears, set my toes a-tappin’ and caused …
Lots and lots of superior music in 2016 by artists old and new, fairly bursting with melodic goodness and all that sort of stuff.
Of all the anniversaries set to be celebrated this year, good and bad, no doubt the fiftieth anniversary of the death of British pirate radio will be among the most loudly discussed… and so it should be. After three years …