With Don’t Tell the Driver, Mick Turner presents a vocal and instrumental song cycle focusing on loss and the passage of time.
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Based out of Australia, this extremely talented group of individuals includes Joe Mandica, Grace Marino, Fortunato Isgro, Nino Bisignano, Marty Penrose, Taylor Penrose, Natalie Wilksch and Zachary Wilksch.
For all the discussion in recent years about the current generation’s creatively unique piano/bass/drums trios such as The Bad Plus, e.s.t. and Vijay Iyer’s trio, there’s scant talk about the earliest and most unique of this batch
‘You will have landed on Planet Kiss’: Gene Simmons talks new recordings, and a huge anniversary tour
Gene Simmons is already writing new stuff, just a year after 2012′s Monster, Kiss’ 20th studio effort. The band had previously gone three years between albums, dating back to 2009′s Sonic Boom.
Although they were a bona fide phenomenon in their home base of Australia, the Easybeats to the rest of the planet are basically remembered for two things.
When guitarist Peter J Martin got together with a pair of old buddies, they constructed something that was anything but a nostalgia exercise.
Something Else! sneak peek: Little River Band, “The Lost and the Lonely” from Cuts like a Diamond (2013)
The Little River Band returns with a new song devoted to our armed forces, part of the group’s first non-holiday album of songs in 2006. Cuts like a Diamond is due in August from Frontiers Records.
The sound is bad, and the image is worse. But we’ve gotten a glimpse into a third track from Black Sabbath’s forthcoming Ozzy Osbourne reunion record with “Methademic,” a track that seems sadly appropriate considering Ozzy’s latest back slide
This is the Almost Hit from Midnight Oil’s Diesel and Dust, which is primarily remembered for the Top 20 smash “Beds Are Burning,” but in many ways “The Dead Heart” always felt like the better song to me.
Back when I was writing my Jungleland entry for the Sparks Fly On E Street series, E Street Nation had yet to discover Bruce’s decision as to the replacement for long-time saxophonist and side-man Clarence Clemons.