Original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson has announced select solo concert dates in the U.S. and Canada, beginning in February.
Archive for January 13th, 2012
One of the coolest things about writing a book on a guy like Neil Young is the unexpected gifts you get from even more unexpected places.
Ex-Journey lead singer Steve Perry, fresh off overseeing his former band’s Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and a vinyl reissue of the smash 1984 solo album Street Talk, is taking a broader view on a series of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snubs over the years.
“Open My Eyes” goes all the way back to Todd Rundgren’s first stop in his long and storied musical career, those wonderful Brit-pop masters from Philly, the Nazz.
Bill Bruford’s Earthworks was, along with John Zorn’s Masada, one of my very favorite jazz groups — especially in its acoustic incarnation. At its heart is the amazing drumming of Bill Bruford
Bob Mould will perform 1992’s Copper Blue, from his post-Husker Du band Sugar, as part of the 20th annual Noise Pop Festival in San Francisco.
It’s been kind of a fun week in music, mostly because of all of the buzz surrounding Van Halen’s tour and new album announcement. Yessir, Roth is back