Tom Jones released a retrospective album at the same time as his autobiography, and the pop icon is finding out that it’s not unusual to embrace the past.
The Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame’s 13th set of inductees is heavy on great male vocalists, plus a couple super groups
Paul Anka and Bobby Vee both were just 15 when stardom beckoned, and both went on to have long and productive careers
Cliff Richard & the Shadows have been rocking Britain for over 50 years and belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Two-disc collection will coincide with the March 29th DVD release of the fourth season of the AMC series “Mad Men”
Neil Sedaka has contributed some of Rock’s most memorable hits since 1958, but the Hall of Fame has yet to recognize him
Jeff Lynne, leader of the Electric Light Orchestra, has accomplished more than enough to merit induction into Rock’s Hall Of Fame
“Praise & Blame” is definitely one to put on your must-buy list, whether you remember the 1970s Tom Jones or are a music fan who wasn’t even born in that era but someone who really wants a good listen to hear what a simple, clear, melodic musical revival sounds like.
The Elvis Forever concert, which was held this past Sunday, September 12th in London’s Hyde Park and was broadcast live by BBC Radio 2, is now available for on-demand listening on the BBC Radio 2 Web site.
BBC Radio 2 is broadcasting the Elvis Forever concert live on Sunday from London’s Hyde Park. It is a three-hour event, airing from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. BST (1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern in the United States).