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Something Else! Interview: Punk pioneer Jeff Wolfe of the Furys

Something Else! Interview: Punk pioneer Jeff Wolfe of the Furys

Decades later, Wolfe has launched a rejuvenated line-up of the Furys.

‘Some of it was a little bit overblown’: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on prog rock’s ups and downs

‘Some of it was a little bit overblown’: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on prog rock’s ups and downs

Anderson says he and contemporaries in ELP and Yes were often just showing off.

‘It was very organic and natural’: Ringo Starr’s current All-Starr Band can’t stop having fun

‘It was very organic and natural’: Ringo Starr’s current All-Starr Band can’t stop having fun

Together since 2012, the All-Starrs play the Greek in LA tonight – but they’ll be back.

Gimme Five: Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie + Steve Smith on Journey’s ‘Send Her My Love,’ ‘Anytime,’ ‘I’ll Be Alright,’ others

Gimme Five: Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie + Steve Smith on Journey’s ‘Send Her My Love,’ ‘Anytime,’ ‘I’ll Be Alright,’ others

They offer unique insights into Journey’s first Top 20 single, and one of its last.

‘We really did come full circle’: Live Aid provided worldwide stage as Hall and Oates honored their heroes

‘We really did come full circle’: Live Aid provided worldwide stage as Hall and Oates honored their heroes

Nearly 2 billion watched as Daryl Hall and John Oates did the old Temptations moves.

‘A perfect moment in time’: Five years ago, the aptly named Adrian Belew Power Trio made its studio debut

‘A perfect moment in time’: Five years ago, the aptly named Adrian Belew Power Trio made its studio debut

‘e’ reinvigorated Belew, even as it shepherded his new collaborators to wider notice.

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Rags and Bones” from Northern Lights-Southern Cross (1975)

Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Rags and Bones” from Northern Lights-Southern Cross (1975)

And so the reflective ‘Northern Lights-Southern Cross’ ends, so full of promises.

Something Else! Interview: Wilco guitarist Nels Cline on Scott Amendola’s Fade To Orange

Something Else! Interview: Wilco guitarist Nels Cline on Scott Amendola’s Fade To Orange

Cline recently took a break from his North American tour with Julian Lage to chat.

‘I don’t regret what happened’: On one of King Crimson’s most misunderstood albums

‘I don’t regret what happened’: On one of King Crimson’s most misunderstood albums

John Wetton remains a proselytizer for this decades-old studio effort, charts be damned.

‘The point where it all comes together’: Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

‘The point where it all comes together’: Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

This Lake-produced project remains ELP’s best-ever charting U.S. release.