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.
Lynne was in fine voice on this night, and proved adept and comfortable attacking his songs with precision and tangible emotion.
Moody Blues’ songwriter has taken his legendary songs on the road — performing limited dates in America and Europe — on a tour he named “Stage Door.”
Here is your chance to win three of R.E.M.’s classic albums on vinyl: “Lifes Rich Pageant,” “Dead Letter Office” and “Eponymous,” which have been reissued by Capitol/UMe.