Rest in peace, John Wicks of The Records.
The official statement of Geoff Emerick’s passing, via his management/PR agency.
“Could It Be Forever?” David Cassidy sang in 1972. Sadly no, it couldn’t. But we should all wish it could have been.
When Anita Pallenberg passed away at age 73 on June 13, all the majority of Anglo-American headline writers could think of were her ex-boyfriends, Keith and Brian.
The music world was shocked by the sudden and unexpected death of Chris Cornell, at 52, who was in the middle of a tour with his band, Soundgarden.
Mario Mikeal Maglieri, owner of LA’s famous The Rainbow Bar and Grill, The Roxy Theatre and The Whisky A Go Go, has died today, May 4, at the age of 93.
David Peel – died, April 6, 2017… in New York. Where else? If you’re being painfully honest about it, there’s not much to be said for the Apple label’s non-Beatles output. A bunch of great singles, a few fine albums, the odd …
Grammy-winner, Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame member, Academy of Country Music Poet’s Award honoree, and fearless raconteur Guy Charles Clark died Tuesday after a long illness.
Bruce Rowland, who passed away last week, was one of the last great early seventies session men, the propulsion behind a stream of classic hits – and classic festivals, too; as a member of Joe Cocker’s Grease Band, that’s him …
She only had a couple of hits, but one of them remains among the most affecting of all the so-called “death songs” that clung to the charts in the early 1960. Lynn “Twinkle” Ripley was just sixteen when “Terry” brought …