A sort of prelude to the three upcoming shows Jackson Browne is playing at NYC’s Beacon Theater, this is a show not to be missed.
Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan opens eyes with his life story in the film, “It’s So Easy And Other Lies,” released in select theaters across the country.
Merrell Franhauser’s 50-year career has taken him from surf to psychedelia, and at least a few will be pleased to read what they’ve been missing all along.
Carole Bayer Sager They’re Playing Our Song – A Memoir Simon & Schuster available now for pre-order/publication October 18 Not many people can write one of the greatest songs of the decade, first time out. Nor can they follow it …
The news that Universal will, over the next however-long-it-takes, be granting a full release to the catalog of hitherto mail-order-only Frank Zappa albums released by the family trust is finally coming to fruition – and then some. Last month not …
Genesis Publications iBook version of “Into Tomorrow,” a rich tome covering Paul Weller’s solo years, is a nice alternative to the limited-edition, leather-bound print of the book.
Philip Jeays Take the Slow Train (Irregular Records IRR 104) Across nine albums released since 1999, Philip Jeays has established himself as both the last of the great French-style chansonniers, and the first songwriting genius of the 21st century. Comparisons …
Gary Numan treated a sold-out crowd at NYC’s Gramercy Theatre to a blistering run through of his landmark 1979 album The Pleasure Principle on Wednesday, May 11th.
Two reprints of books that originally came out in 1995 (“That’s All Right, Mama”) and 1984 (“Stark Raving Elvis”) give a cheeky twist to Elvis Presley’s history.
Celebrating 30+ years of the legendary, flawless Cuneiform label.