This is no ordinary band camp. From hangovers to hikes, Goldmine’s Lee Zimmerman shares the scoop on his rock and roll experience with Head Counselor Rundgren.
Diamond has scheduled 10 concert dates that coincide with the release of the 40th anniversary remastered edition of Diamond’s “Hot August Night” live album.
Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork will perform their first concerts together in 15 years with a limited tour that starts in Escondido, Calif.
Bass great backed Motown artists and many others
Known as the strong-voiced frontman for ’70s southern rockers The Marshall Tucker Band, Doug Gray finally has a solo record: “Soul of the South,” which was recorded in 1981 and shelved for 30 years.
One of the interesting wrinkles in the circuitous history of Yes concerns the XYZ project from early 1981, which found Alan White and Chris Squire surreptitiously converting guitarist Jimmy Page into a prog-rock monster. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t long after John …
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre is touring Europe with The Legends of Rock and Martin Barre’s New Day, but not with Ian Anderson’s “Thick As A Brick” tour. Barrie takes the high road when talking about the rift between band members, but still counts Tull drummer Doane Perry in his corner.
For the 40th anniversary of Jethro Tull’s ‘Thick As A Brick’ album, vocalist and flutist Ian Anderson has conceived an ambitious sequel and StCleve.com, a reimagining of the original album cover. The fate of character Gerald Bostock is now in the hands of The Ian Anderson Band, now on a worldwide tour.
Guitarist reflects on The Doors’ “L.A. Woman” recording sessions and the guest musicians who took part, as well memories of Jim Morrison and The Doors’ ongoing role in popular culture.
Enigmatic and exceedingly private about her personal life, Shelby Lynne finally is cracking a door open and letting listeners in with her latest album, ‘Revelation Road.’