Garbage played a fantastic show at New York City’s Terminal 5 on Friday, March 22nd, performing both old favorites and tracks from their latest album.
By Bruce Sylvester The spirit of the recently departed hovered above last weekend’s 12th annual totally free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. It especially honored the event’s founder and funder, Warren Hellman. North Carolina …
Bruce Springsteen, Donovan, Heart and others make their presence felt at annual music conference/festival in Austin, Texas
Rock and roll survivor and passionate performer, Ronnie Spector is still in love with singing
The producer, musician and rock and roll icon describes what it takes to be a musical wizard and a true star, chats about his stage show and ponders lost opportunities.
Three-day festival is set for early August on Long Island’s Shinnecock Reservation
Todd Rundgren has been a major record seller, producer and innovator in almost every phase of the music industry, but has yet to receive a call from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Warner Bros. Records will release their upcoming new album, “Collapse Into Now,” on March 8th, 2011.
It’s hard to say what was the best moment at the tenth annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival last weekend in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park
Dissonant beauty, brutally intelligent, incisively blunt — Patti Smith is the poetess who arrived when America needed her most; the artist who almost single-handedly transformed the cultural wasteland of the mid-1970s into all that was good about the 1980s and beyond; and who is still pushing forward the boundaries and conventions that society erects around itself.