Rock Music Artists
Critic's pick (Lexington Herald-Leader)
Charlie Louvin Charlie Louvin Like any great and lasting music, the legacy of the Louvin Brothers continues to inspire succeeding generations.
Commander at the controls (The Taunton Gazette)
TAUNTON - Though Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen have been rockin' for more than three decades, their voyage is no where near over.
Music Review: Minibar - Desert After Rain (Blogcritics.org)
Formed in the UK but based in Los Angeles, Minibar has all the poses of a stereotypical modern folk-rock band: the weary vocals, the surging electric guitars, the popping snare drum, the Byrds-inspired harmonies. Even the back cover of their third CD, Desert After Rain , featuring an anonymous map dissolving into a faded, sullen photo, runs the risk of falling into a cliché. ...
Sixties pop stars the Turtles still happy together (The Monterey County Herald)
Where were you when The Turtles' "Happy Together" was a number-one hit on AM radio in 1967?
Crosby Sick, Tour Off (E! Online via Yahoo! News)
David Crosby won't be carrying on anytime soon.
Béla Fleck catches up with his musical idol (City Pulse)
When Béla Fleck first heard jazz giant Chick Corea in 1972, he felt like a boy standing on a pier watching his hero sail into the blue. The chase was unequal ? at first.
Crosby Sick, Tour Off (E! Online)
David Crosby won't be carrying on anytime soon. The '60s folk-rock legend was forced to postpone a U.S. tour with longtime music partner Graham Nash, citing "medical issues," according to a message on crosbystillsnash.com. The duo was set to launch the Two Together trek Mar. 19 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and hit theaters and casinos across the country before wrapping things up Apr. 14 in Niagara ...
The Wrecking Crew (American Heritage)
Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.
Newfangled fusion (New York Daily News)
Shania Twain and Faith Hill weren't the first country stars to give the genre a slick, urban makeover.
New CDs (New York Times)
New releases from Anberlin, Charlie Louvin, Dolorean and Bobby Conn
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