Ian Anderson is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Jethro Tull’s Thick as a Brick by playing the progressive rock epic in its entirety for the first time since 1972.
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Fans of Little Steven Van Zandt’s comedy-gold role as Silvio Dante in the HBO series “The Sopranos” have reason to rejoice. The guitarist with Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band is back on TV, starring in a new series called “Lilyhammer,” billed as a mob tale with a funny twist. Van Zandt portrays Frank “The Fixer” Tagliano, a mafia snitch inRead More
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is ready to start up his own radio show in America. The Ronnie Wood Show features the guitarist playing a variety of music from his favorite new and established artists, while sharing personal stories from his legendary music career.
Paul Simon will by joined by Wynton Marsalis for a trio of shows beginning with Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2012 annual gala concert on April 18th. Two public shows will follow on April 19-20, also at the Rose Theater in New York City.
News that Fleetwood Mac could reunite this year — after Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham complete their current solo commitments, that is — had me scurrying back to the old records for a refresher. But not to Rumours
Bachman and Turner, the Canadian rock legends, will be taking care of business in “Dog Fight,” a new film from “Austin Powers” director Jay Roach starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.
Bruce Springsteen has just announced new concert dates with the E Street Band for the U.S., as well as additional stops around the world. The first leg of the 2012 Wrecking Ball World Tour begins on March 18 in Atlanta.
As Days of Our Lives makes clear, Queen knew — and from the very beginning — that they were on to something. That it took everyone else so long to notice only seemed to spark them to greater heights of genre-jumping, expectation-confounding genius.
Crosby and Nash, Lucinda Williams, Tom Morello, Warren Haynes, Willie Nelson, others contribute to Occupy Wall Street benefit album
An impressive amalgam of musical stars has banded together to aid the Occupy Wall Street movement through the benefit project Occupy This Album — subtitled “A Compilation of Music By, For and Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street Movement and the 99%.”
Norman Greenbaum, more than 40 years after penning the seminal gospel-rock hit “Spirit in the Sky,” is set for a return to the the stage — appearing as a guest with the band Time in Bottle at The Last Day Saloon near his home in Santa Rosa, Calif., on February 18.