Never one to reach out to the millions, songwriter Jimmy Webb has yet been a potent musical force since his first success in the 1960s.Read more ›
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A benefit concert for the ailing Henry McCullough will be held in Dublin this March. The former guitarist with Paul McCartney and Wings, Joe Cocker and Spooky Tooth is recovering from a devastating heart attack last November.Read more ›
Henry McCullough, whose searing first-take guitar solo was the centerpoint of Paul McCartney and Wings’ charttopping “My Love,” is in critical condition after suffering a heart attack. Early reports courtesy of the BBC incorrectly reported that he had died.Read more ›
Susan Tedeschi says sprawling Tedeschi Trucks Band owes much to Joe Cocker's 'Mad Dogs and Englishmen'
There is, of course, an obvious comparison for the newly formed Tedeschi Trucks Band — yeah, we made it too — in the 1970s-era husband-and-wife projects led by Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett. Susan Tedeschi, however, says their group’s main inspiration goes further back.Read more ›
For all of the talk of how modern Joe Cocker’s forthcoming album would be, this song is a refreshing throwback.Read more ›
On this special edition of Something Else! Reviews’ One Track Mind, we had the reins over to Henry McCullough, singer-songwriter and former sideman with Paul McCartney and Wings, Joe Cocker and Spooky Tooth, among others.Read more ›
Henry McCullough couldn’t have picked a better title for his standout new solo release, Unfinished Business. A talented musician with a roving muse, over the years he’s taken part – if only briefly – in a number of signature rock ’n’ roll moments.Read more ›
It’s fitting, of course, that singer/songwriter/keyboardist Leon Russell’s real last name is “bridges.” Claude Russell Bridges, born April 2, 1942, would one day write a tune called “The Masquerade” that, in jazz singer and guitarist George Benson‘s hands, hit No. 1 simultanously on the jazz, pop and R&B charts. It’s the footnote on Russell that got a thousand feet tapping. […]Read more ›