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.
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.