Kiefer Sutherland is already highly regarded as an American actor. Now it’s time to take him seriously as a musician and singer/songwriter.
Graham Nash becomes candid about his solo music and his life on the road.
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Mick Fleetwood joined up with former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Rick Vito for a tour that celebrated the blues-drenched sound of the Mick Fleetwood Blues Band. Fleetwood explains the feeling of performing ‘60s blues rock again.
With a 50th anniversary ‘Singles’ CD set released, Michelle Phillips takes a trip back in time to The Mamas & The Papas’ ‘60s superstardom.
These days, Alan Parsons performs as the prime player in what’s now known as the Alan Parsons Live Project — an enterprise that was forged 20 years ago.
Lita Ford talks about some uncomfortable moments from her past and also the release of old songs revamped in the form of the album, “Time Capsule.”
Trower talks about this year’s “Where You Are Going To” — an album that mixes his love of blues with classic rock grooves from his most popular era.
After a series of break-ups and subsequent make-ups, a new album shows the Pixies are back in good form.
Drummer Carl Palmer talks to Goldmine about the legacy of the grand rock trio, Emerson, Lake & Palmer.