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‘I felt embarrassingly unaware of what he did’: The Band’s Robbie Robertson on meeting Bob Dylan

‘I felt embarrassingly unaware of what he did’: The Band’s Robbie Robertson on meeting Bob Dylan

Dylan proceeded to pull out a series of songs that, truth be told, didn’t appeal to the future leader of the Band.

‘My so-called fans!’: All-request shows have added new wrinkles for Richard Thompson

‘My so-called fans!’: All-request shows have added new wrinkles for Richard Thompson

They’re requested Crowded House, and he’s complied. They’ve also requested Broadway show tunes.

Shows I’ll Never Forget: Bootsy Collins, May 10, 2014

Shows I’ll Never Forget: Bootsy Collins, May 10, 2014

Bootsy Collins came to North Carolina’s LEAF Festival to spread his gospel of funk.

‘Don’t just rely on what you’ve done’: Lynyrd Skynyrd eyes follow up to Last of a Dyin’ Breed

‘Don’t just rely on what you’ve done’: Lynyrd Skynyrd eyes follow up to Last of a Dyin’ Breed

Drummer Rickey Medlocke’s history with the band goes back to an early-1970s stint.

‘One of the hardest sessions’: Legendary Stax smash was no easy task for Steve Cropper

‘One of the hardest sessions’: Legendary Stax smash was no easy task for Steve Cropper

Here’s the story behind one of Cropper’s more brilliantly concise performances.

Burn List – Burn List (2014)

Burn List represents Seattle’s edgier notion of jazz, and represents it well.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Jesus Was An Only Son” (2005)

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Jesus Was An Only Son” (2005)

No parent wants to outlive their children.

‘All I could say was: Holy crap’: How Keith Olsen went from producing Fleetwood Mac to the Grateful Dead

‘Terrapin Station’ would go gold for the Dead, making it their best seller since ‘Europe ’72.’

‘It’s complete nonsense’: Nick Mason on the secret message in Pink Floyd’s ‘Empty Spaces’

‘It’s complete nonsense’: Nick Mason on the secret message in Pink Floyd’s ‘Empty Spaces’

“Empty Spaces” wasn’t the first Floyd song to include a such a message — but it’s the funniest.

John Mayall – A Special Life (2014)

John Mayall – A Special Life (2014)

John Mayall has, of course, worked with a series of guitar heroes. His new album is different.