In support of the last studio album, “Justice.” Molly Hatchet has just confirmed the 2011 “Justice” North American tour.
Fans of rock music icons the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND are getting ready for their annual pilgrimage to New York City’s Beacon Theatre, starting March 10.
Allman describes “Space Age Blues” as “Darth Vader meets B.B. King.” But sci-fi references are subtle.
After flirtin’ with disaster, these Southern Rock icons re-emerge with new purpose and conviction
Bashed by die-hards who claim their music has gone too mainstream, KOL may have found a way to bring back those fans with “Come Around Sundown.”
As part of his continued recovery from Hepatitis C, rock and roll icon Gregg Allman recently underwent a successful liver transplant operation at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla.
Drummer Butch Trucks defines the Allman Brother Band’s place in music history as he attempts to create an online jam band haven in Moogis
The momentum launched by Eliminator propelled ZZ Top through the rest of the ’90s. The next several years found the boys digging deeper into the new technology. And with a bigger budget, the trio’s live shows became Vegas-worthy extravaganzas.
"One of the key pieces to [ZZ Top’s] sound is the fact that as musical instrument manufacturers starting inventing new contraptions to play on, we embraced them with a sense of experimentation,” remembers Billy Gibbons with a laugh. “Of course, as the old saying goes, we instantly threw the manuals out the window. So a lot of that stuff was purely experimental, and at the same time we didn’t hesitate to embrace it. It was really interesting.
Changes ahead: There was a new decade underway and a new musical wave, with clothes and haircuts as electrified as the tech-heavy songs being played — or programmed. There was also a new TV channel that played music-video clips all day and night, so those clothes and haircuts became that much more important. How could three boogie blues players already in their thirties (and wearing that long facial hair) find a place among the slickly presented and produced musicians of this new generation?