You’ve probably heard the joke over the years that all live albums of the ’70s were actually born in the studio and in some cases, there’s a lot of truth to that statement. But if you’re talking about ‘Frampton Comes Alive!,’ Peter Frampton would like you to know that nearly every minute of one of the biggest selling albums of the ’70s is indeed completely “live” as advertised on the cover.
Bob Seger’srecent jam with Bruce Springsteen at Madison Square Garden was a long overdue reunion for the pair, who previously provided some unforgettable concert memories for Michigan concert-goers more than 30 years ago during Springsteen’s 1980 appearance in Ann Arbor at the Chrysler Arena.
The members of Rush always have a cunning way of speaking subtly on larger subjects, whether it’s with their lyrics or the way they conduct themselves. Writing an exclusive essay for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Rush drummer and accomplished author Neil Peart reveals that selecting Cleveland as the filming location for their new ‘Time Machine’ live release was a nice way for the band to thumb their collective noses at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which continues to ignore Rush on their yearly induction ballot (and Kiss and so many more… don’t get us started!).
Neil Young love songs at their best — and they're usually pretty great — reveal his particular talent for using words to illustrate the many different emotional sides of a romantic relationship. From heartbreak to happiness, Young has captured the familiar romantic plotline
They might be calling their current mini-touring run a road test, but Saturday night’s sold out Chickenfoot performance at the Metro in Chicago (the fourth date on their five show run) proved that version 2.0 of the ‘Foot has fully graduated from the testing phase.
In the afterglow of an extremely exciting World Series between the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals, we’d like to turn the clock back to 2010 and tell you a story about how last year’s World Series helped to reignite Steve Perry’s interest in making music again after a long absence.
Since his departure from Journey in 1998, former vocalist Steve Perry has been absent both from the concert stage and the recording studio. But in a new interview, Perry reveals that he’s got quite a bit of material done, and is working to complete construction on a home studio with the aim to develop and finally record some new songs. He’s also made peace with the fact that his former group continues to perform without him.
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