Here’s a quick look at five cool releases from the fourth quarter of 2015 that are worthy of your attention. Lend them an ear, won’t you? BILL LLOYD – YESTERDAY Whole in One Records (CD/Digital download) Genre: Power Pop …
Irish pop monsters Pugwash hit it out of the park in grand style, and The New Trocaderos come back with a blast of punk/pop, and in-your-face rock ‘n’ roll.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame draws The Ames Brothers from the ’50s, The Searchers from the ’60s, KC from the ’70s and The Bangles from the ’80s
The Monkees received plenty of support for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The Searchers, Troggs & Zombies are three more British Invasion bands the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should consider
The powerful Deep Purple has thus far been denied entrance to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Neil Sedaka has contributed some of Rock’s most memorable hits since 1958, but the Hall of Fame has yet to recognize him
Guitarist and co-leader, John Zambetti, tells how the new album,“Queens’ English,” became a classic British Invasion reunion.
To commemorate the group’s golden anniversary, The Searchers’ lead singer and bass guitarist, Frank Allen, a 46-year veteran of the group, has just published “The Searchers And Me.”
If not for Charles Hardin Holley, known the world over as Buddy Holly, rock ’n’ roll certainly would be very different. If not for Holly’s work, with and without The Crickets, the lives of many people would be very different, too. Fifty years after the legend’s untimely death, the first of five such individuals — Jerry Allison — share their Holly-related experiences and memories.