Baker was considered one of the most influential drummers of all time.
John Legend, Gwen Stefani, William Shatner, RuPaul and more debut new tunes for the holidays.
Kudos to Graham Nash for pushing Tim up in the mix on the incendiary CSNY 1974 (2014) archival live collection wherein Tim's
For the last 50 years, a seminal part of Western popular music has been the guitar solo. And then there are outliers such
Until the very night I met him, Sammy Davis Jr. was someone that I irreverently made fun of because, to me, he represented that 'show business song-and-dance man' which I thought had a lack of sincerity when I would see him perform on TV.
"He was like a light in the darkness."
It's rather mind-boggling for those of us of a certain age to fathom that we were first introduced to Ronald Frederick "Ronnie" Lane over a half century ago. Yet at the very pinnacle of the Faces' fortune and fame, Lane ditched the satin and silk of stardom to create a fresh new ensemble.
Bowie's second selection that night is probably more memorable to many. He played the very fitting "Heroes" from his 12th studio album, recorded in 1977, my senior year in high school. He performed with Paul Schaffer and his orchestra, which included Fab Faux fave.
Chats with Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood, Oak Ridge Boys and Sky-Pony's Kyle Jarrow, Plus Gregorio Uribe, Transmission Party and Mary Jennings Exclusives
Ronnie, with your new book How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary, you take a snapshot of 1965, a very interesting year in music. What inspired it and how did the process begin?
Controversy, dispute, and rock 'n' roll are siblings, and I accept that. However I must stand up for my woefully neglected bass brethren, some of whom no longer lay down the groove on this mortal coil.
Photo by Henry Diltz, "Keith Richards", courtesy of the artist and the Hilton Asmus Gallery Photographs from Pattie Boyd
I miss Herman Sandler, David Rice, Frank Salvaterra, Bruce Simmons, Howard Gelling, Tom Clark, Tom Collins, Doug Irgang, Stacey McGowan, Kristi Irvine, Mike Edwards and all the other Sandler O'Neill colleagues who senselessly died on that horrible day.
Revisiting The Bottom Line: An Interview with Allan Pepper, Plus Jon Regen and Sarah Jaffe Exclusives
The Bottom Line has been closed for eleven years, it closed January 2nd, 2004. I think about it all the time because I spent a great deal of my life there. One of the things I'm working on is an oral history viewed from the perspective of the performers who performed there.
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