Archive for July 15th, 2013

Philip Anselmo and the Illegals – Walk Through Exits Only (2013)

Phil Anselmo is angry. And he’s going to scream at you until you get it. That’s the general gist of his first solo album Walk Through Exits Only.

‘That’s just garbage’: Mike Nesmith denies hard feelings ahead of new reunion with the Monkees

‘That’s just garbage’: Mike Nesmith denies hard feelings ahead of new reunion with the Monkees

Michael Nesmith returns tonight for his second straight reunion tour with the Monkees, following a sold-out run with Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork last fall — prompting questions about his new-found passion for old group.

Big Boy Pete – Through The Back Door (2013)

Big Boy Pete – Through The Back Door (2013)

If there is one musician on earth capable of playing every style under the sun, moon and stars, it’s Pete Miller aka Big Boy Pete.

‘This proves that we had something going for us’: Ozzy Osbourne on Black Sabbath blockbuster reunion

‘This proves that we had something going for us’: Ozzy Osbourne on Black Sabbath blockbuster reunion

Ozzy Osbourne, who left Black Sabbath in the 1970s after a storied bout with substance abuse, is still marveling over the amazing success of his long-awaited comeback with the band.

Sunna Gunnlaugs – Distilled (2013)

Distilled by Sunna Gunnlaugs Iceland is geographically situated between Scandinavia and the North American continent, and that’s just where the jazz of Icelandic pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs is situated, too.

‘Let it go, and something will happen’: Jason Bonham takes long view on possible Led Zeppelin reunion

‘Let it go, and something will happen’: Jason Bonham takes long view on possible Led Zeppelin reunion

Jason Bonham, who has turned the buzz surrounding his participation in Led Zeppelin’s recent Celebation Day release into a well-received tour with Heart, has his own thoughts about another reunion with Robert Plant.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Local Hero” (1992)

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Local Hero” (1992)

Bruce’s account of happening onto his portrait at a five & dime makes me think of what it must be like to attain that (or any!) level of celebrity.

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