Rock Music Artists
The Condensed 21st Century Guide to King Crimson 1969-2003 (All About Jazz)
Few groups have been anthologized as often as progressive/art rock band King Crimson.
POP MUSIC'S `SUPERGROUPS' (San Jose Mercury News)
Pop music has had lots of big names who've taken breaks from their regular gigs to join forces with other big names. The happy results are music's ``supergroups.'' Here's a select history of notable supergroups:
Apples in Stereo peels away the softness to bare its loud, rock soul (The Mor...
Some people attend an Apples in Stereo show expecting only gentle melodies and soothing harmonies from the neo-psychedelic pop-rock band. The reality is something else, however.
Adrian Belew's new trio is long on youth (The Cincinnati Post)
Northern Kentucky native and Boone County High School grad Adrian Belew sounds like a kid again. After all, the 57-year-old guitar hero is playing with a couple under-21 musicians in the latest configuration of his power trio.
Band reveals track listing to latest album due in April. (IGN Music)
February 13, 2007 - Venerable post-post-modern/post-millennial neo-prog rock outfit Porcupine Tree will be releasing their latest studio effort, Fear Of A Blank Planet , via Atlantic Records on April 24th, 2007.
Top young rockers back Jon Anderson (Phoenixville Phoenix)
Some of you may be familiar with my weekly column in The Phoenix, "Sounds Around Town." On occasion, I will write short pieces that feature other musical events in the Philadelphia area that aren't in the neighborhood but are worth the trip. This is the first such feature.
Search City Desk (Washington City Paper)
Woodwind was ?an arts paper,? as it stated on the cover, some of whose staff and contributors remain on the D.C. scene 36 years after the April 4 issue we are currently perusing.
Grammy Awards take safe road with Chicks (Akron Beacon Journal)
Take that, red states! That's essentially what Grammy voters said Sunday night as the Dixie Chicks and their good (not great) album, Taking the Long Way, swept all five categories in which they were nominated.
Far from extinct (Albany Times Union)
Mastodon keeps heavy metal vital with ambitious concert discs
Nine Questions (Tucson Weekly)
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