Glenn Hughes, in conversation, is as expansive as his own strikingly multi-faceted career.
For whatever reason, we don’t often see the collision of pop music and art rock anymore.
As a multi-disc October set of live recordings from the early 1970s is announced, John Wetton remembers those heady times with King Crimson.
Composed for a forgettable documentary on the 1976 Winter Games, Rick Wakeman’s ‘White Rock’ still offers moments of very real discovery.
How good was Traffic? So good that the band from Birmingham, England warranted this album only two years after getting together.
‘Not really interested in working with other people': The real reason Pink Floyd might never reunite
The classic-era lineup of Pink Floyd last performed in 2005, as part of the Live 8 benefit concert.
Keith Emerson initially contacted the Moog company, asking for a free one in exchange for an ELP endorsement. They had a stern reply.
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.
Queen had its own guitar hero in Brian May. So, of course, did Yes. But then there came a moment when the twain actually met: During sessions for a song that owed no small debt, actually, to Led Zeppelin.
These tapes were discovered more than 15 year ago when the company that provided flight cases for Yes came across a cache of unheard reels.