These blues/gospel/soul/rock mamas together bring more than two centuries of performing experience to this live set at the Throckmorton Theatre in California.
This volume includes folks who weren’t rockers, but were blues, reggae and jazz artists, as well as nonperformers and those who never got close to stardom.
Shoes started out as a guiding light of the DIY power-pop scene with a few home-brewed releases in the mid-‘70s. Now the band is back in the game in a big way.
Mad skills, tone, feel: It was the ability to whip up something like this, seemingly effortlessly, that aided and abetted Gary Moore’s legendary status.
Having previously done a biography of his favorite Beatle, John Lennon, Philip Norman now turns his biographical eye to the head Rolling Stone, Mick Jagger.
KISS’ ‘Monster’ is what happens when two dynamic, legendary, signature vocalists meet up with a scholar of a classic-rock and a superlative journeyman drummer.
The Go-Gos and The B-52s reached back their respective Eighties heydays at their excellent co-headline show at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom on Wednesday, June 19th.
PUNK: Chaos to Couture, a visually stunning exhibition that features punk-related fashions from the 1970s to today, can be seen at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art through August 14th.
Johnny Marr performed songs from his new album, The Messenger, as well as classics from Electronic and The Smiths at his fantastic show at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Thursday, May 2nd.
Always unearthing jewel-like pop obscurities, London-based Sepia Records now offers up the well-annotated, 29-song “Johnny Mercer Sings Just For Fun.”