Calling upon the fresh ears of four producers to create a monumental return to the top, Paul McCartney offers fans something "New."
The Replacements played their first show in 20 years. And you know what? It was pretty great.
Sitting in the dank, humid depths of a sad Porta Potty on day three of Bonnaroo, a poor soul sits and contemplates his life with a beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other for an early morning movement.
Two things will likely never be repeated again: today is 12/12/12, and Sir Paul McCartney is going to join Nirvana.
The Queen of Country Music, Kitty Wells, has died at the age of 92.
Thin Lizzy fans get the best present ever: 700 unreleased songs.
Rave On Buddy Holly
The songs on most tribute records can be broken down into three categories: 1) rote repeats of the original tune, 2) efforts to be hip or edgy that cause the song to lose its essence and 3) versions where the artist hits the sweet spot between being true to the song while still putting his or her mark on it.
Hard as it is to believe, John Lennon would have turned 70 this October. So it's good timing for the release of Nowhere Boy, a British film about John's formative years in Liverpool, the development of his musical talent, and the formation of his first bands—all of this fraught with problems and marked by struggles.