Four Hot New Blues Albums by Voo Davis, Bryan Lee, Jon Veeman, Shawn Holt and One Searing Live Performance by The BB King Blues Club All-Stars
The realization (hammered home by my recent posting on the subject) that it is twenty years since the release of Nirvana’s In Utero set me wondering… with just a modicum of despair… about the music we were all listening to during …
The Tubes had a hard time bridging the gap between its success on the road and on the charts. The tide began to turn with 1979’s ‘Remote Control’ album.
by John M. Borack It’s always a beautiful thing when great musicians get together for a great cause, and that very thing occurred in North Hollywood, CA earlier this year when a talented and eclectic array of more than 50 …
A limited-edition print showing a nude John Lennon embracing a clothed Yoko Ono that was taken hours before Lennon’s death is one of the lots featured in Sotheby’s upcoming Photographs auction. The photograph by Annie Leibovitz, was meant to be used to promote the couple’s “Double Fantasy” album.
It’s time to get past the idea that the price of music is directly connected to the CD, LP or other format on which it’s sold, says collector Gerald Jarvis.
Amid the sea of new vinyl, one record label has caught the imagination like no other: Drastic Plastic of Omaha, Neb., which operates in a record shop.
“Anybody singing the blues is in a deep pit, yelling for help,” Mahalia Jackson once remarked. And if anyone can relate to that remark, it’s Beth Hart. She was an up-and-coming vocalist before drugs, alcohol and numerous trips to the psych ward derailed her career.
Sure, Clifford Gibson sang the blues. But the real power of his music was evident when he let his incredibly long fingers did the talking.
Billy Sheehan — aka “the Eddie Van Halen of the bass” — loves a lot of different music, but there is a common theme in his Top 10 list: great bassists.