Archive for February 22nd, 2014

‘This is a whole other level’: Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham celebrate post-Black Country Communion project

‘This is a whole other level’: Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham celebrate post-Black Country Communion project

With Black Country Communion, everything seemed to have finally come together for the well-traveled Glenn Hughes. Then, the band suddenly flew apart in the wake of disagreements between Hughes and guitarist Joe Bonamassa over touring obligations. It’s easy to imagine how lost Hughes — despite early tenures with the likes of Deep Purple and Black Sabbath — might have felt.

Dave Miller Trio with Rebecca DuMaine – Better Than Anything (2014)

Father and daughter unite to make beautiful music on Better Than Anything, the lovely new release from vocalist Rebecca DuMaine and the Dave Miller Trio.

One Track Mind: The Beach Boys’ Mike Love, “Pisces Brothers” (2014)

One Track Mind: The Beach Boys’ Mike Love, “Pisces Brothers” (2014)

Mike Love has officially released a long-bootlegged song in tribute to George Harrison, who would have been 71 on Tuesday. The Beach Boys frontman calls it “Pisces Brothers,” since he and the late Beatles star shared the same astrological sign.

‘I was just being myself’: Yoko Ono on letting loose at the Beatles’ Grammy shows

‘I was just being myself’: Yoko Ono on letting loose at the Beatles’ Grammy shows

Yoko Ono, in a Q&A with fans, addresses a couple of questions involving recent Beatles-related events she attended, including the 56th annual Grammy awards and the star-flecked 50th anniversary concert filmed a day later. Ono attended both shows, which found Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reuniting on stage.

Robben Ford – A Day In Nashville (2014)

Robben Ford – A Day In Nashville (2014)

A Day In Nashville might as well have been a day at the beach for the virtuosic blue-rock guitarist Robben Ford.

(Cross the) Heartland: Pat Metheny, “The Bat” (1980)

(Cross the) Heartland: Pat Metheny, “The Bat” (1980)

A fairly traditional jazz ballad, “The Bat” tells its tale in a slightly unconventional way.

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