Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts another group of exceptional sidemen from Mick Ronson, Bobby Keys & Nicky Hopkins to Hall & Oates’ band, The Section & Prince’s talented supporters
Solo success came in 1971 with the release of “Tapestry,” making Carole King a star on par with the artists she wrote for in the 1960s.
The artists were brought back to their roots in NYC in an intimate café setting of 18,000 hometown friends
Given the acrimony and bitterness that accompanied The Eagles’ 1982 breakup, it’s no wonder Don Henley wanted to put as much distance as he could between himself and his former band.
The brainchild of ace session musicians Charlie Carp and Danny Kortchmar, known
mostly for his work with a solo Don Henley in the ’80s, Slo-Leak mashes up traditional blues guitar with a dense, swampy thicket of funky, down-and-dirty electronica on the duo’s third album.