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Charlie Farren rocks the East Coast with Joe Perry Project, Farrenheit

Charlie Farren with FMan guitar

A versatile singer, songwriter, guitarist and record label owner, Charlie Farren found national success in the ’80s with his rock trio, Farrenheit, and in the Joe Perry Project, alongside the famed Aerosmith guitarist. Although Farren may not be a household name outside of the Boston area, he is a favorite son of New England who enjoys great regional success and a loyal fan base spanning 40 years, thanks to his ongoing musical projects.

Presley’s New Box, A Female Delbert & a Stirring New Voice

Elvis

Elvis Presley fans should swoon over a new 10-disc boxed set centering on The King’s return to live performing in 1970 Las Vegas. Delbert McClinton fans should know there’s a female Delbert on the loose! New York Singer/Songwriter Bill Curreri hits the sweet spot on his second album in 40 years. Three satisfying listens!!

Get the behind-the-scenes story of David Bowie’s ‘Hunky Dory’ album

David Bowie Hunky Dory LP

After he was a Konrad and a King Bee — but before he was Ziggy Stardust or the Thin White Duke — David Bowie and his band headed to Trident Studio to cut ‘Hunky Dory’ under the watchful ear of co-producer Ken Scott. So, what went into making an album that went on to become one of the top albums of all time? Find out from the folks who were on the front lines.

Fast Eddie Clarke reveals the 10 albums that changed his life

Fast Eddie Clarke. Publicity photo.

Fast Eddie Clarke came to prominence in Motörhead, but the guitarist also is known for forming Fastway, an ’80s supergroup that originally featured UFO bassist Pete Way and ex-Humble Pie drummer Jerry Shirley. Fastway scored a hit with the hard-rockin’ “Say What You Will.” In 2012, Clarke got the band back together (this time with vocalist and bassist Toby Jepson) to release “Eat Dog Eat,” Fastway’s first studio album since 1990. In April, Clarke released the solo LP “Make My Day (Back to Blues)” on Secret Records. One thing that’s not much of a secret? The blues’ influence on Fast Eddie. Check out the 10 albums that changed his life.