Plagued by health issues, Phil Collins avoids the drums and doesn’t do much to further his musical legacy with “Going Back: Live at Roseland Ballroom, NYC.”
This 1959-62 set (essentially singles including B-sides) is erratic in quality and not too cohesive.
Soul queen reflects on her days with Motown, The Jacksons and Marc Bolan
Montoya’s latest album, “I Want It All Back,” makes the move to Ruf Records – Germany’s premier blues label.
South Carolina native Maurice Williams wrote not one, but two of the most recognizable hits from rock’n’roll’s first generation, “Little Darlin’”, and “Stay”.
Otis Redding’s “Live On The Sunset Strip,” culled from three full sets of his Whisky A Go Go shows in 1966, is a definitive live statement from Redding and songs are sequenced exactly as they went down.
Loaded with Beatles collectibles, including a Ringo Starr RIAA Gold Record Award for “Rubber Soul,” The Rockin’ Hot Summer Auction hosted by Backstage Auctions will feature items from the collection of radio and television industry veteran Denny Somach. Other highlights include a rare Sex Pistols single and several thousand promo sings.
The Legendary ’50s artist talks about his legacy and surviving Hurricane Katrina. Fats Domino isn’t going to argue with those who say he doesn’t get enough credit for helping to create the musical style now called rock ’n’ roll.
“Well, that’s the way people feel. It don’t make no difference to me,” says the 80-year-old singer-songwriter and pianist from the house in Harvey, La., on New Orleans’ West Bank, where he and his family settled after Hurricane Katrina washed away their home in the Lower 9th Ward.
Find out how publishing practices kept this group from reaching its potential.
Eric Solomon is an immensely talented musician who has a lived a fascinating life. In the following interview, he speaks about growing up in Africa, his journey into a career in music and his album, My Reality.