Last night, guitar virtuoso Eric Johnson took the stage with his former bandmates from the Electromagnets, Kyle Brock and Tommy Taylor to commemorate the anniversary of Ah Via Musicom, Johnson’s early ’90s opus.
The DVD “Alive in the Windy Cindy” presents the first-ever Stone Temple Pilots show to be authorized by the band for commercial video release.
Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem, Pa., has seen acts come and go for the last 35 years. But when Peter Karp and Sue Foley came to town and plugged in, they blew the roof off the joint.
Award-winning singer-songwriter John Fogerty will perform a free outdoor concert at New York’s historic South Street Seaport Sept. 2 at 7 pm.
The year’s-end release of Five Live Yardbirds coincided with The Yardbirds’ most prestigious outing yet — a place on the bill for The Beatles’ Christmas concerts at the Hammersmith Odeon. Backstage, The Yardbirds came face to face with their immediate future, in the form of a quietly spoken young Mancunian named Graham Gouldman, who had written a song he thought they might like.
Fresh off a round of U.K. tour dates with Less Than Jake, Pepper is back in America to prepare for the second leg of its LAW Records “Here Comes the LAW Tour.”
J.D. Souther, the legendary singer-songwriter whose career has been highlighted by numerous hit songs recorded by a broad range of artists, has set a national tour to support If The World Was You, his first studio album in 25 years.
Cowboy Mouth is back on the road to support its latest album, Fearless.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Keaton Simons is still on the road supporting his critically acclaimed debut album, Can You Hear Me (CBS Records).
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Keaton Simons is supporting his debut album Can You Hear Me (CBS Records) and heading out with Pete Francis from Dispatch in October 2008.