The Red Hot Chili Peppers have postponed a series of U.S. tour dates after foot problems sidelined frontman Anthony Kiedis.
Archive for January 11th, 2012
A look at five jazz albums with grooves in the pocket — even if they weren’t much in the press.
Thomas Dolby is set to embark on a 26-date North American tour this March — with a rather unusual vehicle in tow: A time capsule.
Steve Hackett, who still nurtures a lasting affinity for classical music, has leapt headlong back into prog rock
Little shards of sunshine peek through on Emily Hurd’s new Long Lost Ghosts, a moving acoustic folk-pop project that asks hard questions and doesn’t settle for easy answers. Recorded on a vintage grand piano at Chicago’s King Size Sound Labs, the album showcases Hurd’s finely wrought way with the language and with a story. She explores with a wanderer’s nostalgia,Read More
It doesn’t happens very often (and too bad for that!), but there are times when you hear a piece of music, a guitar, or a voice for the first time and the whole world seems to drop away for that moment.
Holly Hofmann, as we noted before, thrives on collaborations with pianists, and she’s had some notables ones with Bill Cunliffe.