Post Tagged with: "Classic Rock"

Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman celebrate 40th anniversary of Yes' Fragile; stream the interview!

Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman are appearing this week on “InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands,” as the syndicated rock radio show celebrates the 40th anniversary of Yes’ Fragile.

New documentary explores the making of Paul Simon's Graceland, 25 years later

“Under African Skies,” a new documentary from Joe Berlinger on the making of Paul Simon’s Graceland, will debut on Jan. 22 at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

The Band’s Levon Helm to undergo undisclosed medical procedure, will miss at least a month of dates

Levon Helm, the Grammy-winning co-founding member of the Band, is set to undergo an undisclosed medical procedure that will keep him from performing for at least a month.

HBO to air documentary on making of The Union by Elton John and Leon Russell

HBO will air an in-depth documentary look at The Union, the memorable 2010 collaboration between Elton John and longtime idol Leon Russell.

Steely Dan Sunday, "The Fez" (1976)

< >> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** The one song where Walter Becker and Donald Fagen shared songwriting credits with somebody else, that being keyboardist Paul Griffin. It’s a pure groove song and not much else

Bruce Springsteen’s as-yet-untitled album reportedly to include loops, electronic drums and hip-hop rhythms

A member of the Bruce Springsteen camp tells the Hollywood Reporter that the singer-songwriter is venturing into some unexpected areas on his as-yet-untitled new release — including loops, electronic percussion and influences as diverse as Irish folk and even hip hop.

Original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson announces series of North American solo concert dates

Original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson has announced select solo concert dates in the U.S. and Canada, beginning in February.

Forgotten series: Neil Young – Austin City Limits (1984)

One of the coolest things about writing a book on a guy like Neil Young is the unexpected gifts you get from even more unexpected places.

Steve Perry on Journey snubs: We don't need to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Ex-Journey lead singer Steve Perry, fresh off overseeing his former band’s Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and a vinyl reissue of the smash 1984 solo album Street Talk, is taking a broader view on a series of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snubs over the years.

One Track Mind: Todd Rundgren and the Nazz, "Open My Eyes" (1968)

“Open My Eyes” goes all the way back to Todd Rundgren’s first stop in his long and storied musical career, those wonderful Brit-pop masters from Philly, the Nazz.