At this point, you either get Anvil or you don’t — you understand and appreciate the humanity, you live with the weaknesses because you’ve lived long enough with Anvil.
Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings have been playing diverse 20th-century roots music for nearly two decades now, and Proper Records shares it with this five-disc box set.
It’s been 11 years since we’ve gotten new music from “America’s greatest rock ’n’ roll band,” Aerosmith. So, should you “Just Push Play” or just push eject?
There’s an opportunity missed here, in the telling of much more of the US Festival story than the paltry two paragraphs stuck on the back.
Johnny Cash fans have been well served by the “Bootleg” series, with rare and previously unreleased tracks on each two-CD release. Volume IV is no different.
Apparently, the name of Lisa Marie Presley’s last album, “Now What,” was more than a title; it was an admission that she didn’t know what direction to go in next.
Fans could vote for three songs from a pre-determined selection divided into seven categories: ’50s, ’60s, Country, Movies, Love Songs, Gospel and In Concert.
Willie Nelson teams up with a lot of interesting folks on his new album, right from the opening track, which has him singing with Merle Haggard.
Two legendary adult-oriented radio vocalists unite on this self-titled project featuring former Toto singer Bobby Kimball and Survivor survivor Jimi Jamison.
Coming a full three years after Train’s multi-platinum “Save Me, San Francisco,” “California 37” keeps its sonic palette ever shifting.