If you’re a long-time Gov’t Mule fan, you’re going to love ‘Dark Side of the Mule.’ If you’re a Pink Floyd fan, you will be moved.
Paul McCartney’s ‘Wings Over America,’ released on December 10, 1976, stands as some of the most vital work that he’s ever done.
The majesty of Jeff Beck at his best isn’t just his technical prowess. It’s how he charges through boundaries like a paper pre-game banner.
“At the risk of sounding boring,” Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan says, “we haven’t changed our ethos since 1969.”
Queen’s Brian May compares Freddie Mercury and Adam Lambert eras: ‘The equal of anything we ever did’
Brian May makes a bold statement about how Queen’s stint with Adam Lambert shapes up against their Freddie Mercury-fronted period.
As John Lennon’s son, Julian Lennon occasionally found himself in settings that would boggle the mind of the average kid.
Evan Parker and John Edwards offered soul music for the spiritually minded during a very special performance at the Vortex.
Peter Gabriel has inserted an elegiac new song into the acoustic portion of his ongoing Back to Front tour. Listen to it here!
Steve Lukather confirms that ‘XIV’ is at the mastering stage, even as Keith Carlock officially joins the Toto lineup.
Expect Steven Wilson’s upcoming shows to include new songs from ‘Hand. Cannot. Erase.,’ and Wilson without any shoes on.