Steve Porcaro’s official return to Toto hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves. An import bonus track from the upcoming ‘Toto XIV’ fixes that.
Richard Manuel shows one final time why Rick Danko and Levon Helm always saw him as the Band’s true frontman.
We’re celebrating the late George Harrison’s birthday by revisiting some signature moments with collaborators from his post-Beatles years.
John Oates struggles to select a single Hall and Oates moment, finally settling on three from a career marked as much by diversity as longevity.
The opening cut on Toto’s 1978 self-titled debut set the stage musically. All that remained was to bring Bobby Kimball on for his first vocal turn.
Decades later, the Monkees’ Micky Dolenz says “I’m always amazed that people, even real fans of the show, missed that dynamic.”
Death Cab for Cutie show here that they know where they’ve been, but also a determination to carry that experience into vibrant new places.
Call this the Sincerest Form of Flattery Part 2, as we explore those times when artists copied a style so convincingly that it took on its own substance.
Watching “Like You Do” makes you want to boogie to the catchy beat — and hear more from Joe Mandica and his extremely gifted colleagues.
Constantly resonating with each other, the Orange Peels have definitely surpassed themselves on this remarkable album.