The Successful Failures’ new album holds steady as an outstanding convergence of classic and contemporary rock.
Lloyd Cole strikes a smart balance between what he once was, and what he’s become.
AC/DC returns missing a key member, but none of its familiar sound.
Jimi Hendrix and Steve Cropper would, on the surface, seem to have little in common. A memorable meeting at Stax showed otherwise.
John Lennon’s 40-year-old ‘Walls and Bridges’ is long overdue for a critical reevaluation.
Preston Frazier selects a handful of instances where Steely Dan guitarist Walter Becker shines.
To celebrate October, autumn and U2’s recent marketing fiasco, here’s a few songs about the death of everyone’s favorite bad penny, rock ‘n’ roll.
‘Dick’s Picks 15′ was a high-water mark for the second phase of the Grateful Dead’s touring career.
Jeff Beck’s tenure with the Yardbirds was brief, but influential: ‘Very highly strung and unpredictable’
The Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty joins us to discuss a October 1966 tour that effectively ended the Jeff Beck era.
Mat Brewster shares thoughts and memories during a random shuffle featuring Wilco, Whiskeytown and the Blind Boys of Alabama.