Archive for April 16th, 2012

About the Rolling Stones going into the studio? Ronnie Wood says: Never mind

Ronnie Wood, in between gathering accolades for his 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction as a member of the Faces, has backtracked on whether or not the Rolling Stones are headed back to the studio.

Tedeschi Trucks Band celebrates terrific first year together with new double-live set

The cool-rocking 11-piece Tedeschi Trucks Band will release an uplifting, energy-packed double live set called Everybody’s Talkin’ on May, 22, 2012 — a capping an amazing initial year of collaborations between Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi that culminated with a Grammy win for their debut album Revelator.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, "Out In The Street" (1980)

Part of the magic of The River was the masterful combination of emotional, spiritually meaningful songs placed right alongside the garage rockers and party anthems. But hey, this isn’t to say that there’s no emotion involved in the latter.

New Music Monday: Dar Williams, Hank III, Donovan, the Grateful Dead, Lurrie Bell

Pull up a chair; there’s piping hot newness in store from the likes of Dar Williams, Duke Robillard, Hank Williams III, Jon Cleary and Lurrie Bell

Half Notes: Tom Tallitsch – Heads Or Tales (2012)

Saxophonist, composer, musical educator, and radio show host Tom Tallitsch keeps busy wearing a variety of hats all revolving around his love of music and the love of sharing his knowledge about it to others.

Fred's Country Fried Rock: Wayne Hancock, “87 Southbound” (1997)

Hank III often gets the credit for reviving the traditional country sound. Though he obviously doesn’t have as noticeable a country name, the true godfather of the neo-traditionalist movement might be Wayne “The Train” Hancock.