Steven Tyler has had plenty to say about the upcoming season of “American Idol.” But what, you know, about his other hobby — Aerosmith?
Archive for January 12th, 2012
Andy Warhol’s iconic banana image from the debut album of the Velvet Underground has certainly been famous for more than 15 minutes. In fact, it’s slated to begin showing up soon on cases, sleeves and bags — but the Velvets aim to block the move.
It’s tough to achieve stardom as a singer, harder still as a jazz singer, and especially as a male jazz singer. Which makes the rapid rise of Gregory Porter all the more remarkable.
On this special edition of Something Else! Reviews’ One Track Mind, we hand the reins over to former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett, who’s readying a new collaboration with Yes co-founder Chris Squire
Neil Peart on Rush's long-awaited new studio release: 'Odd numbers of beats, bars, and measures all over the place'
Drummer Neil Peart has given fans new insight into Rush’s long-awaited new studio album — both in the way that it will sound, and his part in advancing the songs.
In many ways, it’s all come together for Jamie Ousley on A Sea of Voices, issued January 10 on Tie Records. The Miami-based double bassist had already developed an affinity for performing jazz concerts in churches, a tradition Ousley was introduced to during a stint playing with Ira Sullivan. Then, he decided to make a water-themed recording as a benefitRead More
Dark, scary, beautiful, and intriguing. Comprised of one long song (74 minutes and no track breaks!), Delirium Cordia really required the listener to take it all in at once.