Of all the cudgel-toting barbarians who washed up on American shores in the frontline of the British Invasion, it’s a cliche to say that the Animals were the most deserving of both their name and their designation. But it’s true. …
Goldmine Magazine’s 16th group of Hall of Fame members features four multiple inductees and two giants from the ’50s
Bruce Springsteen, Donovan, Heart and others make their presence felt at annual music conference/festival in Austin, Texas
Addiction/recovery organization named after late Byrds/Flying Burrito Brothers guitarist will mark its official launch in Austin, Texas, next month with a star-studded concert, followed by a private VIP fundraiser
A surprising theory on why Grand Funk Railroad has not been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame boasts a great variety when it comes to its inductees
Eric Burdon, born May 11, 1941 in Walker Newcastle upon Tyne. In 1967 Eric said he was burnt out. Ian Wright went to his home in Wallsend Sept. 25 to take a photograph signifying Eric was repenting Lucifer’s drug, sex and rock-and-roll lifestyle; hence Wright had him holding a bible. Unfortunately, Eric struggled with abstinence.
A look at new releases featuring Chuck Berry, Elvin Bishop, Eric Burdon, John Némuth, and more.
If one was to be glib about it, then one could call Lonnie Jordan a War survivor.