Anybody with an ear pressed tightly to those musical landscapes that echo to the sound of the seventies (and overflow a little on either side) will already be well aware of Angel Air Records. For almost twenty years now, Angel …
Seeing Dr. John at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania’s MusikFest Café is an experience like no other, for it is here where the venue itself is as big an attraction as the artists it brings in.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame welcomes Charley Pride, Julio Iglesias, Dream Theater, Bruce Hornsby & Eddie Rabbit
Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and company, with an assist from openers Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, put on a fantastic show at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on Sunday, May 24th.
David Torn takes his electric oud and his guitar to new heights…Pianist Harold Mabern does he does best: make others sound great…Cash Box Kings make the blues come alive…and a man named Voo will woo you.
Joe Seddon has recorded a remarkable portfolio of musical compositions, many of which now appear on YouTube
The best histories are the ones you’ve never heard of. The even better ones are the ones that you never even dreamed about. There’s an entire vein of fiction out there, poised somewhere between sci-fi, fantasy and fact, where the …
Local music scenes often offer far more to the locals than can ever be translated to a larger audience. Even if you know for sure that such-and-such a band formed in a smelly pub on the waterfront; that this song references …
Noel Gallagher performed both solo material and Oasis classics with his band High Flying Birds before a sold-out and very enthusiastic audience at New York City’s Webster Hall on Thursday night, May 7th.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame welcomes Cameo, Spandau Ballet, Roger Miller, Emerson, Lake & Palmer & Tommy Edwards