It’s been awhile since I’ve offered any of my bullheaded musical opinions around these parts; it’s been a hectic/jam-packed/stressful three months or so for me, mainly due to a deadline I had to meet for my next book, as well …
The third Moody Blues Cruise, subtitled, appropriately, “Lovely To See You,” was a vintage time at sea with many classic musical memories.
With their ‘60s masterpiece “Odessey and Oracle” finally getting the love it deserves, The Zombies move forward with a new studio album and lots of touring. Here is an extensive interview with vocalist Colin Blunstone, keyboardist Rod Argent and bassist Chris White.
The key to the creative success of The Zombies is the band’s unending enthusiasm for its own inspiring musical work. A new album and tour emphasized that.
Here are music releases to consider this Friday, October 9, from Zombies’ new album, “Still Got That Hunger,” to the Small Faces 5 CD box set, The Decca Years.
The Zombies have released the first single, “Moving On,” from their upcoming album, “Still Got That Hunger,” available October 9 via The End Records.
A recap of choice panels and performances — plus exclusive photos featuring members of The Zombies, Jefferson Airplane and The E Street Band, among other artists — from the annual conference/festival in Texas.
If you were a British musical act trying to make it in America, you didn’t have a prayer until The Beatles broke. Here are some of the memorable picture sleeves of the eras.
Ray Davies, Suzanne Vega, Paul Weller, The Zombies, and Corinne Bailey Rae are among the artists that were featured on the first series of BBC Radio 4’s Mastertapes. The Mastertapes program presents artists discussing and performing songs from an album that was vitally important to their career.
The Monkees received plenty of support for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame