If you’ve been curious about what mystic mumbo gumbo Dr. John and Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys have been cooking up in the studio, the pair revealed a track from Dr. John’s new album ‘Locked Down,’ produced by Auerbach, on a recent episode of ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fa
With a fifteen-piece incarnation of the E Street Band at his back, you could forgive Bruce Springsteen for keeping the set list simple. After all, nearly half of the current players onstage have never toured with the Boss. But just a few dates into his 2012 ‘Wrecking Ball’ tour, Springsteen has already begun opening up the set to a mix of live chestnuts and rarities.
It’s been more than forty years since a career-igniting performance at the Woodstock festival launched Carlos Santana’s reputation as a rock legend and true guitar god. Thirty-five albums later (!!!), Santana is preparing his latest disc of new material, ‘Shape Shifter,’ for a May 15 release on his new label, Starfaith Records.
Although known to fans as “the quiet Beatle,” George Harrison left behind a wealth of legendary albums upon his death in 2001. Fans have also been exposed to a number of unreleased demo tracks over the years through unofficial releases, including solo demos recorded in the waning days of the Beatles as he transitioned to working on his debut album, ‘All Things Must Pass.’
Although he’s been keeping his manly assets under wraps while Van Halen has toured the states, the group’s arrival in the Great White North seems to have loosened up both singer David Lee Roth‘s belt buckle and inhibitions.
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