Even the Rolling Stones fans who could endure “Lady Jane” never recovered from Jagger’s falsetto, among other things, in “Emotional Rescue”, but that’s their loss.
We unearth 10 Warren Zevon songs from the second half of his career that deserve to be placed among his famous songs like “Werewolves of London”.
Young Blood showcases Marcus King’s masterful ability to wring all the emotion out of a note and hit listeners between the ears with a double-headed weapon.
John Lingan’s expansive view of Creedence Clearwater Revival, A Song for Everyone, puts the band in the eye of the hurricane amid the era’s stormy American culture.
With Entering Heaven Alive Jack White offers the yang to the yin of Fear of the Dawn while broadening his musical palette.
The second day of Berlin’s newest rock festival, Tempelhof Sounds, sees a spike in attendance and thrilling shows from Maximo Park, Alt-J, Sophie Hunger, and headliners Muse.
Sweet Forgiveness (1977) was Bonnie Raitt’s first breakthrough album, laying the groundwork for ‘Nick of Time’ and beyond. There can be no second act without a great first one.
Fanny is finally getting its due. Perhaps ‘Snapshots’ will help do the same for June Millington’s extensive and laudable work beyond her time with that band.
Blues-rock guitarist Tinsley Ellis talks about the influential bands that bridged the gap between the blues, his love, and rock’ n’ roll, his heritage.