Friday, March 1 2013
One day, Jon Davison was singing in a Yes tribute band. Then, he actually became the touring lead singer of Yes. Now, he shares his tale, along with how he and the band prepping to play three albums in full every night of their upcoming tour ...
Thursday, February 14 2013
A strange set of circumstances lead to Camper Van Beethoven's long-awaited new album being made, and in this candid interview, Victor Krummenacher discusses the album's creation, the financial difficulty in touring, and how his fans may be better archivists than he is ...
Monday, November 12 2012
The legendary Taj Mahal talks to PopMatters about the early days of FM Radio, the generosity of the Rolling Stones, and his new double album, featuring a live show from London's famed Royal Albert Hall.
Wednesday, November 7 2012
The internationally renowned pianist is a force unto himself: breaking records, releasing informed ones of his own, and reaching out to younger audiences to get them interested in classical music. Greilsammer speaks to PopMatters in his usual smart, conversational manner ...
Monday, July 2 2012
Prior to this interview, I took Ian Astbury as a curmudgeon. Turns out he’s just rationally reacting to this screwed up world we call home, this place that sometimes makes no sense at all.
Monday, May 20 2013
A guitar and a banjo walk into New Jersey...
Friday, May 17 2013
Joshua Redman's album of ballads definitely has more to it than meets the ear.
Wednesday, May 15 2013
For those who never considered the Old Testament to be subtle enough, For We Have Heard may help.
Monday, May 13 2013
Jazz drummer Mike Pride has two new albums. Stylistically speaking, they're completely different. On a broader artistic level, their dilemmas have a bit more in common.
Friday, May 10 2013
Bernstein gets Sexmob back out of the freezer for a cinematic tribute sure to thaw any detractor of campy jazz.
Monday, April 29 2013
America's Got Internet Laziness
Monday, September 24 2012
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Monday, February 20 2012
A Facebook link describes him as "Bill Frisell gone tribal".
Thursday, February 16 2012
It's not easy assembling an Anthony Braxton compilation shorter than 80 minutes – but it's free.