• Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers

    Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers

    No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.

  • Robert Ellis

    Robert Ellis

    Texas Piano Man (New West Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.

  • Roy Orbison

    Roy Orbison

    The Monument Singles Collection (Legacy Recordings). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Dr. Dog

    Dr. Dog

    Shame, Shame (Anti-). Review by Sean Slone.

  • Larry Dvoskin

    Larry Dvoskin

    After 30 years in the music industry, producer, songwriter and musician Larry Dvoskin has released a set of his own music. Gail Worley finds out why it took so long.

  • Lake

    Lake

    Let’s Build A Roof (K-Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Elton John and Billy Joel

    Elton John and Billy Joel

    Don’t mind the cheap seats, people. When legendary performers like Elton John and Billy Joel take the stage together, memorable moments happen all around you. Christopher Long caught the opening date of the 2009 Face 2 Face Tour to soak up the sweet music.

  • The Ventures’ Leon Taylor

    The Ventures’ Leon Taylor

    Driving guitars need a driving beat, and for almost 50 years, two Taylors have pounded the skins for the world’s greatest instrumental band, The Ventures.
    Steve Stav talks to Leon Taylor about the band’s Hall of Fame induction, touring in Japan, their upcoming 50th anniversary, and his father’s musical legacy.

  • Billy Joel

    Billy Joel

    It matters not that Billy Joel released his first album in 1971, when the Piano Man tours, he sells venues out. Jen Cray was among the 16,000 inside Orlando’s Amway Arena who spent an evening with the Pop legend.

  • One Lone Car

    One Lone Car

    The St. Louis-based rock band One Lone Car, is hitting it big, after having MTV license their recent release, Variety Hour. Despite an issue with the speakerphone, Brittany Sturges spoke with two members of the band about MTV, the St. Louis rock scene and a variety of other things.

  • Brian Kenneth of Fooling April

    Brian Kenneth of Fooling April

    Straight out of the Philly music scene, Fooling April is probably one of the best kept secrets–and not for long. Brian Kenneth talks about the band’s summer plans, American Idol Underground and the worst karoke songs ever.

  • Billy Joel

    The Piano Man returned to Philly for the third of five sold-out shows. Brittany Sturges explains why the man still fills the place.

  • Chip Dolan

    Chip Dolan

    Right Now (Noah Bamboa Records). Review by Kyrby Raine.

  • The Quotable 2005

    The Quotable 2005

    It’s Gail Worley‘s annual List of the Top 19 Quotes from Interviews she conducted with various Rock Types in 2005!

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