Tag Archives: Todd Rundgren

Concert Review: Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band

© John M. Borack

by John M. Borack The over and under on “Peace and Loves” was twelve as Ringo Starr and his All-Starr band recently visited Orange County, CA for the first time in more than fifteen years. Ringo brought out the heavy artillery …

Bill Lloyd’s “Lloydering” is a Welcome Treat


Bill Lloyd – Lloydering (SpyderPop Records) Even though he’s probably best known as half of the country duo Foster and Lloyd, Bill Lloyd has always been a popster at heart. He’s released tons of sturdy, jangly power pop over the …

Hello There – 25 Great Cheap Trick Songs


A shorter, slightly different version of this list first appeared in my 2007 book, Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop Guide. Now that Cheap Trick is (finally) (and deservedly) on this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot, …

Ready For Rundgren


He may sing about banging the drum all day but, really, Todd Rundgren remains a creative workhorse. Goldmine speaks to the creative wizard about the past, present and future.

NAMM 2014: A Look Back

by John M. Borack “Everybody’s a dreamer/everybody’s a star/and everybody’s in showbiz/it doesn’t matter who you are” – Ray Davies These prescient lyrics from the Kinks’ “Celluloid Heroes” could easily serve as something of a mantra for many attendees at …