Rock Music Artists
Neil Young revisits glory days of the Fillmore East (Daily Record)
Since his days as the wailing folksman of Buffalo Springfield and the frequent attachment of Woodstock veterans Crosby, Stills & Nash, Neil Young has metamorphosed into not only the most stable and palatable bridge between country and classic rock, not only the godfather of what would become the irreplaceable '90s grunge movement, but, alongside Bob Dylan, the presiding rock 'n' roll ...
NASHVILLE SKYLINE: Country-Rock Pioneer Richie Furay Is Back (cmt.com)
(NASHVILLE SKYLINE is a column by CMT/ CMT .com Editorial Director Chet Flippo.) and major way. Along the way, they provided not only some great music but also such very durable talents as Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Timothy B. Schmit, Randy Meisner, Jim Messina and Richie Furay.
Time to Pay the Piper (Entertainment Weekly)
New music from the Pied Piper of R&B, R. Kelly, plus Stephen Marley (featuring Damian ''Jr. Gong'' Marley), Papercuts, Field Music, and Timbuktu
Still more new album previews and catch-ups (USA Today)
I had a bit of a slowdown in my recent available time to listen to music, and what came up in my haphazardly organized piles was a bit of an odd mix. So here are 10 fairly wide-ranging records of...
House Concerts marks 10 years (The Acorn)
For the past decade, Russ and Julie Paris of Oak Park have removed their living room furniture once a month so that scores of people could come over and enjoy live music. On Sat., Jan. 20, more than 100 music lovers filled the couple's home to mark a milestone- - the 10th anniversary of Russ and Julie's House Concerts. It was the couple's 102nd monthly concert.
Time for an encore (New York Daily News)
We may be eight days away from Valentine's Day, but the music world is already awash in hearts and flowers.
Q+A: Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues (Las Vegas Sun)
Rock 'n' roll bands come and go, but the Moody Blues is forever. The seminal progressive rock group from England has been around since 1964, forming two years after the Rolling Stones.
Photographer talks about rock, life (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
When the clerk at the Morrison Hotel in Los Angles told Diltz and the rock band, The Doors, they could not do a photo shoot there, Diltz told singer Jim Morrison (no relation) and his bandmates to sneak in the lobby when the clerk left the front desk. The resulting photo became the cover for the Doors' "Morrison Hotel" album.
Peter Apo's musical milestones (Honolulu Star-Bulletin)
PETER APO is intently watching some black-and-white television footage from 1963, and it's blowing his mind. "This is such a trip!" he says, as his old folk trio, Travelers 3, rises from the murky past in footage unseen for three-plus decades.
COVER- Love Is a Mix Tape : Rolling Stone writer on love and loss in Charlott...
Published January 25, 2007 in issue 0604 of the HooK. The two nationally known, Charlottesville-based rock critics were so inseparable that someone thought they were one person. But May will mark 10 years since the two were separated by death.
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