As he celebrates 50 years as a solo artist, Rod Stewart gets the royal treatment on his latest album.
With Def Leppard’s 2019 tour completed, now comes the announcement that the British icons will be joining fellow rockers Mötley Crüe and Poison for a stadium tour in 2020.
With Halloween now just a sugarcoated memory and Thanksgiving quietly waiting in the wings, it’s that glorious period when artists begin releasing new holiday albums.
A multiple inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of two iconic bands, Gregg Rolie certainly has impacted the music scene over the last 50 years as a founding member of Santana and Journey and as a touring member of Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band.
I recently came across a new offering from Sandy Lusco Huffman. The passionate singer-songwriter from Greene County has just released “Where the Boys Are,” her seventh album.
After singing the praises of a more heavenly nature on her last release, Tori Kelly follows 2018’s “Hiding Place” with a third album that possesses far-reaching emotions from a very personal level.
As the charismatic frontman of Creed, Scott Stapp was living the true rock ’n’ roll lifestyle with the release of 1997’s “My Own Prison” and 1999’s “Human Clay.”
Always favoring the gritty dreams-verses-reality mentality conveyed by Bruce Springsteen on “Born to Run” and “Darkness on the Edge of Town,” I’ll openly admit that it took me a few listens to embrace the American West tone embedded in Springsteen’s detailed storytelling on his latest release.