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.
The veteran Seattle rockers pulled out all of the stops at their epic three-hour show at a sold-out Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday, May 1st.
On April 20, 2016, Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band put on a big-time show in Baltimore.
Jackson’s band was firing on all cylinders and delivered a terrific, energetic performance on this British Live Performance Series CD released by Rainman Records.
“Jerry Lee Lewis at Sun Records: The Collected Works” is a massive boxed set that you could totally lose yourself in.
A 5-star review of Andy Powell’s book, “Eyes Wide Open: True Tales of a Wishbone Ash Warrior”
Reviews of albums, DVDs and books from the January 2016 issue of Goldmine.