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All-star Supertramp tribute, new prog-rock album on tap for Yes alum Billy Sherwood

Billy Sherwood, a 1990s-era member of Yes, is working on two new all-star projects – a tribute to Supertramp and an original prog-rock album.

One Track Mind: Bruce Springsteen, "Shackled And Drawn" (2012)

Today’s Wrecking Ball preview is “Shackled And Drawn,” stream provided by Rolling Stone magazine.

Steve Cropper and Felix Cavaliere – Nudge It Up a Notch (2008)

If I was to make up a list of my favorite guitar players (and, thus, exposing myself to the Internet scourge known as GuitarFan™: You know the type. They blurt out things like “Where’s Slash?!!” and “Dimebag!” — think of it as a kind of Rock ‘n’ Roll Tourette’s) then Steve Cropper would have to be there. Going all theRead More

One Track Mind: Bruce Springsteen, "Easy Money" (2012)

It has been announced that tracks from Bruce Springsteen’s forthcoming album Wrecking Ball will be streamed from various sites, one new song per day. Today sees the release of “Easy Money,” streaming at the News page at Backstreets.com.

Beach Boys about half finished with highly anticipated studio reunion project

After years of very public squabbles, the Beach Boys appear to be working in perfect harmony again. The reunited group — including founding members Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine, along with legacy members Bruce Johnston and David Marks — is about half finished on a long-waited new studio recording.

Heart bursts into 2012 with new album, box set, autobiography and concert dates

After issuing just one album — 2004’s Jupiter’s Darling — between 1993 and 2010, Heart is now set to release its second studio project in two years. Frantic, due this fall, follows 2010’s Red Velvet Car. But that’s not all.

Santana/Journey cofounder Gregg Rolie to make appearance at New York City’s Iridium

Gregg Rolie, co-founder of a pair of multi-platinum supergroups in Santana and Journey, will make a two-night solo appearance at the famed Iridium in New York City in March.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, "Prove It All Night" (1978)

The themes of struggle and redemption are so strong on Darkness that on every song I want to say that this song is the album’s emotional center. The reality is that each and every song get their fair share of the responsibility.

Benoit David says he was informed of his ouster from Yes through news reports

Benoit David says he was informed of his ouster from Yes through news reports

Benoit David’s abrupt dismissal eerily mirrors that of his predecessor, Yes co-founder Jon Anderson.

Steely Dan Sunday, "Here At The Western World" (1976)

Steely Dan Sunday, "Here At The Western World" (1976)

< >> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** You know the story: a band goes in the studio to lay down tracks for an album and finds they recorded more than what they needed for that record, so they leave one or two tracks off of it.

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