The late, insanely talented Kevin Gilbert takes on a Led Zeppelin classic — and comes out on top.
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Death Cab for Cutie’s “The Ghost of Beverly Drive” feels like the centerpoint in this album’s unusual journey both with and without Chris Walla.
An unexpected Violent Femmes reunion a few years ago didn’t seem to produce anything in the way of new music. At least, until now.
ARO is light years away from the squawky, attention-hungry hot messes that Aimee Osbourne’s sister Kelly has unleashed on the music world.
Charged with swarms of passion and soul, “Amen To That” is effectively empowered by Grace Marino’s larger-than-life larynx.
Ringo Starr has always loved reanimating his storied past in song, but rarely has he hit on such a winning combination of whimsy and memory.
Grace Marino’s vocals, streaming with sass, spunk and soul, are a perfect complement to the funky rhythms of “Smooth Talk.”
Presented from the start as a next-gen Janis Joplin, Beth Hart has a well-earned reputation as a whiskey barrel-busting belter. This isn’t that.
The twist in Bob Dylan’s new video adds a new complexity to a song that used to only be about two lovers’ theoretical last evening together.
Here is a review of the sixth song from Nick Hempton’s ‘Catch and Release’ series. “Nordberg Suite” features Bruce Harris on trumpet — and no drums.