The Rolling Stones have uploaded four songs to YouTube from their recently released archival live date in 1981 at Hampton Coliseum: “Black Limousine,” “Little T&A,” “She’s So Cold” and “Satisfaction.”
Archive for February, 2012
King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill’s health is “headed in the right direction,” the band says, but its upcoming tour is off.
Those who played with Gary Moore remembered his furious ingenuity rather than his sad passing, as news broke this week that the legendary guitarist died a year ago from alcohol poisoning.
Former Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord has pancreatic cancer, though band drummer Ian Paice says the disease was caught in its “really early stages.”
Just a year after writing his book “No Regrets,” Ace Frehley is at work on another — as well as an album of new songs.
Sixties teen idol Davy Jones has died of a heart attack, his publicist confirms. He was 66.
A new seven-album retrospective from Legacy focuses on one of Stanley Clarke’s most innovative periods, his solo Epic recordings of the 1970s.
No matter how much research has been expended on Cosmic Michael, he remains an enigmatic figure.
Ever since Bill Frisell broke away from his longtime label Nonesuch and signed up with Savoy Jazz a couple of years ago, we have been subjected to wave after wave of Frisell releases.
If Rip Van Winkle were a country music fan waking up today and flipping on the radio, he’d probably be just as confused and lost as the character in Washington Irving’s classic tale.