The legendary Smiths guitarist discusses his new solo LP 'Playland,' his musical foundation, and the abiding pursuit of his next creative move.
The Tulsa pop-rocker talks his latest LP 'Always,' matters of songwriting and recording, and the memory of Elvis almost cutting one of his songs.
On the eve of his induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Nashville legend discusses his 70-year career along with his new LP, Songs From My Mother's Hand.
Should Slowhand indeed retire from the road next year as he suggests, it won’t be because of a lack of passion or musical decline.
The band's lead vocalist and songwriter of some of its greatest hits discusses the music that has made Alabama legends.
January 27, 2012
January 23, 2012
Charging out of the gate with a bold and impassioned debut, And so they ran faster…, Brooklyn artist Leah Siegel is off to quite an auspicious start as Firehorse.
January 16, 2012
St. Petersburg showed the O’Jays lots of love this past Thursday night. So much love, in fact, that just about every song they performed met with an instant mix of feminine swoons and joyful sing-a-longs to fill the majestic Mahaffey Theater.