Moody Blues fans, we’ve got good news and bad news. The release of the group’s 17-disc box set has been delayed. But, there are three Moody-related tours set.
How do you tell a familiar story in a unique way? That was the challenge facing Brett Morgen when he was hired to produce a film about The Rolling Stones.
Graham Nash has a storied career with The Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash. But he wasn’t just making rock and roll history. He was also busy capturing it.
PUNK: Chaos to Couture, a visually stunning exhibition that features punk-related fashions from the 1970s to today, can be seen at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art through August 14th.
Yes, vinyl has that wonderful, warm sound. But — now hear us out here — CDs have some pretty redeeming qualities, too. So which one really is better?
Before finding success as a musician, Alan Parsons was sound engineer for The Beatles and production engineer for Pink Floyd. And his resume just keeps growing.
From recommending soloist Clare Torry for ‘Great Gig In The Sky’ to coming up with the concepts (and sound effects) of the clocks and the cash register for ‘Time’ and ‘Money,’ respectively, Alan Parsons made an indelible mark on Pink Floyd’s magnum opus.
The FireHouse guitarist shares the stories behind the songs that influenced him — and his new new covers album, ‘Drive,’ which is a featured Goldmine Giveaway!
With a wealth of big-money records changing hands, we decided to bump up our Market Watch countdown to showcase this diverse dozen of online auction sales.
The lavishly packaged box represents the sheer power of Johnny Cash’s output with every live and studio album that came out during his lifetime with the label.