Archive for July 23rd, 2012

New Allman Brothers book explores acrimonious departure of Dickey Betts

Alan Paul’s new digital Ebook on the Allman Brothers Band called One Way Out provides the most in-depth information yet on the angry split in 2000 with founding guitarist Dickey Betts

'Like a time warp': Journey, Loverboy come full circle 30 years after huge tour together

It will be like old times when Loverboy takes the stage with Journey for a series of summer shows this year, beginning Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in Paso Robles, California. Old, very good times.

Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers – Helen Burns EP (2012)

You’re expecting something with an itchy sense of funk, just as hyperactive as it is hilarious. It’s Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, right?

Liars – WIXIW (2012)

While Sisterworld was about creating internal dimensions to deal with the rigors of the outside world, Liars’ sixth full length is about using the process to deal with what lies within.

New Music Monday: Mike Keneally, Peter Green, Sugar, Pantera, Booker T. and the MGs

The latest edition of New Music Monday is highlighted by Mike Keneally’s fascinating new collaboration with Andy Partridge of XTC fame, some rare new blues sides from Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green

The Odd Trio – Birth Of The Minotaur (2012)

Out of the same Athens, GA college town that gave the world R.E.M. The B-52’s and The Drive-By Truckers, comes The Odd Trio.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, "Nebraska" (1982)

When Nebraska came out, it took me by complete surprise. Long before the Internet told us everything we needed to know about our favorite artists, we had to rely on publications