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.
Here are reviews of albums doing serious time on the CD player lately — yes, I’m old school — including Bobbleheads, Marshall Holland, Dwight Twilley, Pugwash, Marti Jones, Rob Bonfiglio, Shaen Faubert, Robert Crenshaw, Gail George, Dave Caruso, The New Trocaderos, The Connection, Edward O’Connell, The Hangabouts, Joe Sullivan, Jamie Hoover, The Jigsaw Seen, The Solicitors, Kylie Hughes, Aerial, Secret Powers and Dana Countryman.
by John M. Borack VARIOUS ARTISTS – Power Pop Unplugged, Volume One (Zero Hour Records) In which 21 artists – some relatively well-known within power pop’s little circle, some not so much – acoustically re-imagine some of the genre’s most …
The producer, musician and rock and roll icon describes what it takes to be a musical wizard and a true star, chats about his stage show and ponders lost opportunities.
Unlike many “best of” lists, this Best of 2010 list includes compilations.
Todd Rundgren has been a major record seller, producer and innovator in almost every phase of the music industry, but has yet to receive a call from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame