No word yet on when the new album will drop, but Aerosmith is definitely hitting the road this summer. Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Co. have announced a 18-date American tour, to be played between June 16 and August 8.
Archive for March 26th, 2012
Joe Jackson is promising a a decidedly unconventional salute to Ellington, hoping to highlight the timeless brilliance of his classic compositions even while showcasing Jackson’s own skills as an arranger, instrumentalist and vocal interpreter.
Rare acoustic takes on George Harrison songs from All Things Must Pass, Living in the Material World and Third Three and 1/3 will be featured in a forthcoming release called Early Takes Vol. 1.
Mick Fleetwood says Stevie Nicks is standing in way of Fleetwood Mac reunion: 'It comes down to her'
Despite earlier suggestions to the contrary, Fleetwood Mac will not be touring in 2012 — the reason being, long-time drummer Mick Fleetwood says, singer Stevie Nick’s “obsession” with her solo career.
The remaining members of Montrose will lead an all-star cast of rock musicians gathering on April 27 to honor the band’s late leader Ronnie Montrose.
Gregg Allman was treated and released this weekend, after leaving a Saturday night concert in New York City because of back pain. He also missed Sunday’s show, as the Allman Brothers closed their 10-night residency at the Beacon Theatre.
When I first started doing these articles I gave no thought as to the chronological order in which they occurred.
The Clash once had an album called Combat Rock, but William A. Thompson’s combat music called Baghdad Music Journal (2006) was hardly a figurative statement
For the fan, there is an embarrassment of riches to be discovered at King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp’s Discipline Global Mobile Web site, DGMLive.com.
Monday morning offers another chance to dig into the bounty of new music scheduled for release this week, a list topped by Cowboy Junkies, Justin Townes Earle, Papa Grows Funk, Steve Lehman and Tommy Bolin.