Yeah, yeah, I know, today’s the 18-year anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death. We’re all supposed to be wallowing in depressing reminiscences, etc., etc., but really, I can’t register much of anything at all.
Archive for April 5th, 2012
From your ears to the multiplex: Bob Dylan’s 1975 divorce record Blood on the Tracks — featuring such album rock-radio staples as “Tangled Up in Blue” and “Simple Twist of Fate” — will be made into a feature-length film.
The E Street Band is in the midst of one of its most difficult and unusual concert tours ever, interpreting for the first time a new solo release by Bruce Springsteen — and doing so without saxophonist Clarence Clemons or keyboardist Danny Federici
King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill, in the midst of recovering from a heart attack, has issued an emotional new video message for his fans.
Meat Loaf’s newest release Hell in a Handbasket doesn’t feature longtime cohort Jim Steinman, who helped shape the blockbuster Bat Out of Hell series. That doesn’t mean the partnership is over, though.
This album was simultaneously the Beatles at their best, and the sound of a band disintegrating. Such is the power and magic of Abbey Road.
At The Showbox, Seattle, Washington: I had no idea I was going to be out this late. The ticket stub said 7 p.m. When I got to the venue, they said that was when the doors were opening.
Normally I don’t talk much about Nashville artists in this segment. In fact, I rarely have anything good to say about Nashville at all.