The frontman reveals how the band got its name, what’s missing in rock and roll today, and who’s really wearing those red leather pants on the cover of “Get Lucky.”
Emerging and established acts (among them Matt Nathanson) once again leave their mark on Austin, Texas, during the South by Southwest music conference and festival
Band discusses new album and upcoming David Lynch project, as well as ex-guitarist Andy Taylor and MTV
Video will make its world debut on March 10, and the band will perform the song live March 16 during the 2011 mtvU Woodie Awards
With the release of the album, “Ordinary Heroes,” an ’80s icon takes us down a musical 180 journey.
This 87-minute DVD history of the one of the most important British bands of the 1960s, is a huge disappointment.
Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford shares with Goldmine the feeling of making the “British Steel” album and the adventures on its original tour.
In addition to featuring well-drawn characters, interesting storylines, razor-sharp dialogue, and, for better or worse, the fashions of the early 1980s, Ashes to Ashes also has a fantastic soundtrack that is chock full of the music of the time.
Tommy Keene has earned the right to be called a craftsman. The power-pop star talks about his career, his songwriting and his new solo album In "The Late Bright" in an interview by Peter Lindblad.