The iconic pop rock duo opens up about the secret to their successful songwriting collaboration, and the side projects that keep their individualism strong.
Reading John Oates’ Top 10 albums selections reflects his broad musical taste.
In our July 2015 issue, we feature acts including Ringo Starr, the Ides of March, and Deep Purple. Again, this month, we continue to share some lesser known flip sides from these acts to discover or rediscover.
The Teen Cancer America program has plans in the works to build more centers throughout America. Daltrey remains passionately committed to the cause.
On “Texas Easy Street Blues,” the itinerant hobo Thomas wants to head back to his native Texas and just sit and watch the world go by.
With her new album, “Worthy,” out on U.K.’s Cherry Red Records, Lavette is showing American labels just what they are missing.
Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke, John Scofield, Ron Carter, King Sunny Ade, John Medeski, Wayne Shorter, Chris Botti, Steve Miller Band, Erykah Badu, Lucinda Williams, John Mayall, James Cotton, Madeleine Peyroux and Robert Glaspar might be giants but the essence of the upcoming Montreal International Jazz Festival June 26-July 5 are the free shows of Ragtime, Cajun, Celtic, Blues, Folk, Rock, hiphop, Dixieland, Swing, Bebop, Fusion, Gospel, Folk, Pop, and every other imaginable genre!
As he promotes his new solo album, Moody Blues bassist John Lodge has no idea why the Moodies continue to be ignored by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A quick chat with UFO drummer Andy Parker about life in the studio for the band’s latest album, “A Conspiracy of Stars.”
Denny Laine has criss-crossed the globe with Wings and broken hearts as the lead singer of The Moody Blues. At the age of 70, he has no plans of slowing down.