Wisely, guitarist John Mayer does not try to copy Jerry Garcia’s memorable licks, solos, tones, and styles.
Chuck Prophet’s rollicking sound now is a lot more thoughtful than of yore — without losing any of its rollick.
So much goes on over the course of Live From the Fox Oakland that the TTB upends the notion of a band “settling” into a sound.
Singer Valerie June lays down an impressive vocal marker with her new album.
“People need some lightness in their lives.”
Black Sabbath wasn’t reaching out to the rebels or the hippies; instead, the band catered to the outsiders and the misfits.
There’s one thing both Robinson brothers lack outside of The Black Crowes: creative tension.
On his debut solo record, Eric Krasno moves to the forefront in a way that we haven’t seen during his 20 years of being one of the dudes in the band .
Count among Tom Petty’s many talents the ability to trade his superstar role for that of being just another member of the band.
With its new album, Revival, Gozu finally unleashes its own demonic roar.