In spite of various career frustrations, Dave Mason’s name recognition was sufficient to pack the Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee.
Ending a paucity of all-new material since 2004, the singularly creative experimental pop warrior Arto Lindsay is set to break the fast on April 21, 2017. That’s when
After a late-career surge, more than a few bands would be temped to coast on their good fortune. Not Deep Purple.
Steve Hackett ups the ante on ‘The Night Siren’ with a combination of stunning world music, progressive epics, and guitar playing second to no one.
“Does It Really Happen,” a stand-out cut from 1980’s ‘Drama,’ finds a rebuilt Yes sounding as vibrant and relevant as ever.
The first Beatles’ first original composition to be professionally recorded, “Cry for A Shadow” was an early step in the process of developing their creative skills.
Good job on “Goodbye,” Robert Lamm. It’s too bad your dominance over Chicago’s songwriting would soon come to an end.
I did not know Chuck Berry was a black man until he stepped on that Des Moines stage.
The official release of Leviathan’s one and only album on Elektra Records has been a long time coming – in fact, some 47 years.
With “State of the Union,” the train of great Robert Lamm songs just keeps on rolling through 1972’s ‘Chicago V.’