Archive for February 8th, 2012

Jon Anderson on rumors of a possible reunion with Yes: We haven't spoken in four years

Jon Anderson hasn’t been in contact with Yes’ Chris Squire, about a possible reunion or any other project. “I haven’t spoken with Chris in four years,” Anderson said in a release this afternoon.

Check out the new interactive video for "Look Around," by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

Check out the new interactive video for "Look Around," by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Red Hot Chili Peppers, off the road while Anthony Keidis’ foot heals up, have released an interactive version of the video produced for their single “Look Around.” Check it out here!

Celebration in music, memories on tap for 80th birthday of Johnny Cash

A flurry of activity will greet the 80th birthday of Johnny Cash, including a museum dedicated to his life and the release of Bootleg Vol. IV: The Soul of Truth, a 2-CD, 51-track collection of gospel and spiritual recordings from the 1970s and ’80s.

Gimme Five: Songs where the Eagles, well, sucked

The Eagles have been rightly praised for their canny combining of Glenn Frey’s city-slicker R&B with Don Henley’s country-fried rockabilly. Fans responded by sending every one of their albums to platinum status

Lovedrug – Pretend You're Alive (2004)

I found myself pleasantly surprised by the majority of Lovedrug’s debut, Pretend You’re Alive. With no idea what I had in store, I popped the disc into my computer for the first of quite a few enjoyable spins.

Something Else! Interview: Laurence Juber, formerly of Wings

Laurence Juber, a member of Wings from 1978-81, has since gone on to a celebrated second career as a world-class solo guitar virtuoso – releasing nearly 20 solo albums since the demise of Paul McCartney’s 1970s-era band.

Yes to replace Jon Anderson's replacement as lead singer after similar illness

Benoit David, who replaced the legendary Jon Anderson in Yes, will be replaced. But, this time, the band says the change is only temporary.

Buddy and Julie Miller – Written In Chalk (2009)

Some people made fun of the Lilith Fair shows put on by Sarah McLachlan, the idea being that the whole enterprise was some sort of unnecessary female music ghetto. I dunno. I think those people where just thinkin’ too hard. I mean, the show I went to had a pile of highlights including an incredible set by Lucious Jackson, theRead More