Archive for May 2nd, 2014

One Track Mind: Thomas Dybdahl, “This Love Is Here To Stay” (2014)

A bewitching, crepuscular journey into a the deepest kind of fragility, “This Love Is Here To Stay” sounds like that quiet voice that comes in the darkest part of night.

‘This will be the last time’: Former ELO legend Bev Bevan announces end of the Move

‘This will be the last time’: Former ELO legend Bev Bevan announces end of the Move

The Move, a band that dates back to 1966 and served as a precursor to the Electric Light Orchestra, is calling it quits, according to stalwart drummer Bev Bevan.

‘What a soul for New Orleans’: Allen Toussaint talks Dr. John ahead of Saturday tribute concert

‘What a soul for New Orleans’: Allen Toussaint talks Dr. John ahead of Saturday tribute concert

Dr. John’s flamboyant life and hoodoo-tinged music will be celebrated during a special concert event to be held on Saturday, May 3, 2014, in New Orleans as part of the Jazz and Heritage Festival.

One Track Mind: Chad Bradford, “We Are As One” (2014)

Dickson, Tennessee is the headquarters of Chad Bradford, a gifted singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who like a lot of musicians, honed his chops playing in cover bands

Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited: Live at Royal Albert Hall (2014): Something Else! sneak peek

Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited: Live at Royal Albert Hall (2014): Something Else! sneak peek

Sample Steve Hackett’s forthcoming Genesis Revisited: Live at the Royal Albert Hall concert release in the form of a darkly emotional solo from “Firth of Fifth,” perhaps the guitarist’s signature moment with or without Genesis.

‘What are we going to do?’: Steve Cropper remembers Otis Redding’s final recording sessions

‘What are we going to do?’: Steve Cropper remembers Otis Redding’s final recording sessions

As important, and as emotional, as “(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” has always been to Otis Redding’s legacy, there has long been a misconception about it

The Friday Morning Listen: Angel – White Hot (1978)

The Friday Morning Listen: Angel – White Hot (1978)

So we were standing around the Something Else! water cooler the other day, getting a lot of laughs from an absolutely ridiculous article we’d read about guitar players.

‘We won’t be able to do it forever’: Brian May on what’s next after Queen’s tour with Adam Lambert

‘We won’t be able to do it forever’: Brian May on what’s next after Queen’s tour with Adam Lambert

As Queen begins its arduous preparations for a long-awaited U.S. tour (more on that in a moment) with Adam Lambert, guitarist Brian May has become introspective on things.

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