Here’s a sneak peek at the upcoming live 2CD/DVD package by Asia — a smart new take on “Only Time Will Tell,” the No. 17 hit off the group’s eponymous 1982 debut.
Archive for October, 2012
‘I’ll kick their ass and maybe sue them': Steven Tyler responds to hacker takeover of Aerosmith’s web site
Aerosmith’s official web site has been hacked, and Steven Tyler is impressed in his own inimitable way — saying these crafty cyber-criminals “got the balls.”
Co-founding Kiss drummer Peter Criss talks about leaving the band after their long-awaited 1990s reunion in a new talk with BackstageAxxess.
For Garth Hudson, next month’s gala “Songs of the Band” event at Pennsylvania’s Keswick Theatre is another chance to remember the group’s departed fellow co-founding members — Richard Manuel, Rick Danko and Levon Helm.
Formed in 1965, the Haunted from Montreal, Quebec, Canada were one of the area’s most popular bands until 1971, the year they split up.
Jon Irabagon is jazz’s merry subversive, often turning long-held jazz precepts inside out while paying respects to many of tradition’s icons.
This is a collection of three American radio plays called “The Pit And The Pendulum,” “Fugue In C Minor” and “Present Tense” from 1944 and 1957, as broadcast on CBS’ Suspense program.
Stuck on a desert island, you’re going to want to rock every once in a while, right? That’s where this string-bending, axe-swinging, fretboard-melting, amp-blowing list comes in.
It’s all well and good, these love songs from Paul Kelly. But then, maybe inevitably, it all goes to shit — and that’s when Spring and Fall starts to get good.
Since Rob Mazurek had jumped headlong into electro-acoustic jazz and generally positioning himself on the fringes of both jazz and rock, he’s rarely looked back at the straight post-bop of his early career, at least not so with the same approach.