Released 10 years ago today, Adrian Belew’s ‘Side One’ began four separate installments of adrenaline-charged, twisty guitar. Better buckle up!
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason, one of the most vocal critics of U2’s iTunes gambit, says he’s seen the future of music on the internet. It just needs more users.
Preston Frazier discusses Billy Sherwood’s best contributions to prog and pop, both with Yes and with stars like Paul Rodgers and William Shatner.
With ‘XIV,’ Toto has produced a visceral, entirely present return, one that acknowledges their best moments even as it builds upon them.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett blasted the ‘Sum of the Parts’ documentary as incomplete, even biased. He was right.
The cover of former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett’s forthcoming solo album finds him amidst a group of actual wolves. He explains.
Andy Jackson’s lengthy association with Pink Floyd opens ‘Signal to Noise’ up to easy comparison. But there’s more to his flinty, individual vision.
Adroitly named, the title song from ‘The Grand Experiment’ finds Neal Morse trying on a new musical persona – in more ways than one.
When Styx’s “Babe” went to No. 1 at the close of the 1970s, Dennis DeYoung says his former band wasn’t the only one that was changed forever.
Performance of Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ almost went terribly wrong: ‘I could feel the wall moving’
Dave Kilminster had more to worry about than helping to recreate a Pink Floyd classic during Roger Waters’ epic presentation of ‘The Wall.’