Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This month’s diverse list includes Elton John, Paul and Linda McCartney, Humble Pie, Miles Davis, and Nick Drake.
Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This month’s diverse list includes John Lee Hooker, Víctor Jara, The Grateful Dead, Grand Funk Railroad, and Yes.
Here’s yet one more fantastic thing about it no longer being 2020: it’s now the 50th anniversary of the excellent music that premiered in 1971.
Brand X was essentially a bunch of top-flight session men who got together to blow off steam, a UK version of Weather Report.
As confessions of rock decadence go, Lol Tolhust’s are fairly tame stuff.
Brett Milano approaches his subject with encyclopedic knowledge, a fan’s fervor, and the seasoned music journalist’s skill.
Given the realities of music in 2016, it’s good to see a glitter-era icon who’s still alive and kicking.
“Hey, the more Yes music being played in 2016, the better.”
The set proved that Bob Dylan remains, among many other things, one of music’s great contrarians.
John Hiatt’s voice has taken on some Tom Waits-like cragginess in recent years.