Twin Tigers members call it quits as a couple, but stay together for the sake of the music
Ex-Genesis guitarist discovers a period of creative renewal with ‘Out of the Tunnel’s Mouth’
After all the musical success, Daryl Hall is a soft-spoken man who seems to have nestled into an era of his life where he is fulfilling his dreams.
Alan Parsons talks candidly about his solo work, “Abbey Road” and “Dark Side Of The Moon”
U.K. blues-rock sodbusters Free soared to unimaginable heights and then crashed in a fiery heap.
In the 80s, some bands were able to rise above the vapidness and create some pretty enjoyable music. Classix Nouveaux was one such band.
As the wild-eyed, flute-toting frontman for Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson has always been … well, a little different.
What do Tim Buckley, Frank Zappa, Buffalo Springfield and Neil Sedaka have in common? Jim Fielder, the bass guitar player from Blood, Sweat & Tears. One of the real unsung heroes of rock ’n’ roll, Fielder was instrumental in establishing …
David Paton emerged on the rock-and-pop scene in 1974, soaring to the top of the charts as the charismatic lead singer of Pilot. An artist with distinctive vocals, Paton is also a gifted songwriter, guitarist and session musician.
The Critters were part of a 1960s cadre of “soft sounds” acts, groups that specialized in harmonized vocals and a brand of light folk-pop that made The Mamas & The Papas, Trade Winds, Lovin’ Spoonful, The Association and The Buckinghams stars.