Unbent by the years, DeYoung reclaims one of his best early Styx songs.
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More often than not, this amounts to prog for the easy-listening set.
Something Else! Interview: Ted Nugent on his new music, the great outdoors and the state of the union
Could we possibly see … Ted Nugent for president?
Jon Davison says a lengthy period on the road smoothed the way for his first studio work with Yes.
While I’ve quite enjoyed most of Sebastian Bach’s solo records, and ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ is no exception, I voice the same annoyance with each one.
Once the proposed title for the first album from this new iteration of Asia, “Valkyrie” finds John Wetton fashioning an epic tale of struggle and of redemption — something that couldn’t be further away from the compact pop of signature hits like “Heat of the Moment.”
Since the death of vocalist Ray Gillen and the end of Badlands, we haven’t heard much from Jake E. Lee.
The legendarily picky guitarist Tom Scholz is back with that rarest of things — new music from Boston. Life, Love and Hope even includes reworked songs from the group’s most recent studio effort
Little River Band, “The Lost and the Lonely” from Cuts like a Diamond (2013): Something Else! sneak peek
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.
For those Deep Purple and Rainbow fans who’ve struggled to come to grips with Ritchie Blackmore’s turn toward ren-faire folkism with Blackmore’s Night, Dancer and the Moon might just provide the perfect entry point.