The Replacements shook off the cobwebs and played a storming set of much-loved alt-rock favorites at NYC’s Forest Hills Stadium on Friday, September 19th.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band scores by tinkering with certain tempos and playing longer songs at New Jersey amphitheater show.
It really shouldn’t be this good. No disrespect to either of the players, but come on. E and L without the P is like… well, P and E without the L was a late eighties muddle that few people would light …
Once upon a time…. You are sitting comfortably, aren’t you? Once upon a time, there was a praying mantis named Pellapetisimo. And a little girl named Sally, and a bluebird named Hank, and a bunch of other people who also …
Quick Picks serves up verdicts on releases by The Sweet, Anais MItchell and Jefferson Hamer, Hawkwind, Quicksilver Messenger Service and “The Dutch Woodstock.”
Wonder whether you should buy, borrow or bypass those new releases and reissues? Let Quick Picks help you decide. This time: Pat Prince weighs in on Concord jazz reissues featuring Cannonball Adderley, Milt Jackson, The Bill Evans Trio, Chet Baker, Thelonious Monk, Gerry Mulligan and Wes Montgomery.
It has been about five years since Nektar released its last studio album. But it feels more like 35 — the last time Nektar released an important album.
It’s no wonder that guitarist-singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa didn’t want to tour as lead guitarist for Black Country Communion. He had bigger fish to fry.
Jeff Lynne has followed up his “Long Wave” solo album and newly recorded “Mr. Blue Sky: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra” with three more dandies.
Anybody coming in hoping for a heady dose of Jethro Tull at the band’s classic rock peak is in for … not a disappointment, but a re-education.