Founding member and trumpet player Lee Loughnane says Chicago has begun creating new music again — something fans have to be hoping leads one of the band’s increasingly rare studio projects.
Archive for March 19th, 2012
King’s X bass player and vocalist Doug Pinnick says he was walking out of the grocery store when his cell phone rang — and “the ID said: ‘Jerry Gaskill!’”
Steve Lukather often talks about the importance of the Beatles in general, and specifically the first solo he heard by George Harrison — on “I Saw Her Standing There” — as the wellspring moment for his own lengthy career in music. This summer will find the multiple Grammy-winning Toto cofounder and sessions guitar ace playing alongside his third Beatle
A forthcoming solo project from the Eagles’ Glenn Frey will include tracks like “The Good Life” and “I Wanna Be Around,” both big hits for Tony Bennett, as well as the Beach Boys classic “Caroline No,” and the immortal “Route 66.” But don’t call it a “standards record.”
A lost soundtrack recording from the early 1970s by Jimmy Page has been “revisited and remixed,” according to the legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist — and will finally see release on Tuesday, March 20.
As Bruce related in his recent SXSW Keynote speech, The Animals’ “We Gotta Get Out Of His Place” is the keystone of much of his music. People are stuck in their situations and desperate to get out.
Travail, Transformation and Flow (2009) served noticed that everyone’s favorite up and coming alto saxophonist has come up and arrived. Now, Steve Lehman is poised to build his nascent legacy as an established artist
The week’s teetering stack of piping hot freshness in music is topped by Brad Mehldau, Esperanza Spalding and Lost in the Trees
For Killing Joke fans, 2007 was a pretty cool time. First, there was Inside Extremities, which offered a previously unreleased 1991 concert, and then there are these releases: two three-disc sets (at a very low price-point) of live material from the band’s career throughout the 1980s and early ’90s. Of course, the sound quality varies, but the name should warnRead More
A haunting, ultimately uplifting examination on the transformational experience of loss, Ari Picker’s second album as Lost in the Trees follows the suicide of his mother.