When Yes added Jon Davison of Glass Hammer as its new lead singer, that didn’t mean the end of his prog band. In fact, Glass Hammer is at work on a new album
Archive for June 18th, 2012
Bob Dylan just turned 71, but he’s not even close to slowing down. There’s both a new tour and album on the way.
For a band like Rush, with both a well-received new album and 40-plus years of material in tow, making a set list can be a daunting task.
It’s unclear when, or maybe if, the Rolling Stones will tour again. But one thing is certain: Contrary to a weekend report in the UK’s Sunday Mirror, they are not calling it quits.
It’s not like Peter Buck hasn’t been busy. In fact, he’s kinda been everywhere since R.E.M. split, participating in a number of side projects
Sit back as we sort through a stack of tasty new music goodness, including items from Chris Smither, Curtis Fuller, Lita Ford, Mike Stern and Return to Forever
The most obvious branding of the acoustic trio Surface To Air’s music is “world fusion” but it’s not really a “-jazz” kind of fusion, but rather a mélange of the East Indian/new age/folk variety.
What does singer-songwriter Steve Poltz and Prince have in common? Well, not much unless you’re from Australia, which in that case you might say that both have albums named after the last year of the last century.
There are tons of love songs out there. Maybe even more tunes about breakups and their aftermath. The best of them, like a great poem, can take a long-view snapshot
Nashville-based Seth Walker hits a sweet spot of soulful folk-blues where Keb Mo, Eric Lindell and Eric Bibb intersect, and like those three, he has little trouble communicating the intended feel of his lyrics.