A song, just like a shot, can go awry. And in that blink of an eye, careers – maybe, lives – change.
Archive for May, 2014
‘Actually passionate about doing new things’: Ian Anderson ends speculation on future of Jethro Tull
Anderson bristles at the idea of being “an old married couple that has to go on display.”
“Simon Says” is a freaky, funky mix of Glenn Miller and Ice-T.
The now-68-year-old rocker joined Deep Purple in 1969 as it rebuilt for its most celebrated era.
Metheny’s ultimate road trip song, this one always makes me feel like I’ve just escaped something.
Jon Davison says a lengthy period on the road smoothed the way for his first studio work with Yes.
“Rubber Sky” is an example of this wonderful trait of Mats/Morgan, who merrily obliterate fences put up in music not just across genres, but across age groups as well.
Let’s rearrange the first two albums by those meat-and-potatoes rockers Bad Company.
Journey’s Neal Schon brushes aside talk of Steve Perry reunion: ‘We’re moving forward into the future’
Perry, a member of the band from 1978-98, helped Journey to its 1980s-era commercial peak.
They often quarrelled, but Mason says this was a time of “wanting to achieve the same sort of goal.”