June 27, 2022
There’s a New, Free 24/7 Elvis Presley Streaming Channel — Here’s How to Watch
June 27, 2022
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong: ‘F*** America, I’m F****** Renouncing My Citizenship’ at London Gig
June 27, 2022
Watch: Dave Grohl Joins Paul McCartney (and Bruce Springsteen) for Emotional Glastonbury Performance (Grohl’s First Appearance Since Taylor Hawkins’ Death)
June 24, 2022
Out Now: Regina Spektor’s Musical Individuality Shines on Captivating New LP ‘Home, before and after’
June 24, 2022
Out Now: Eric Clapton ‘Nothing But the Blues’ Documentary/Album, Restored from 1995 — Listen/Buy
June 24, 2022
Out Now: Soccer Mommy Releases New Album ‘Sometimes, Forever’; Headlining Tour On Now (Listen)
June 24, 2022
Out Now: Stream the Soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ Biopic, ft. Eminem, Jack White, Doja Cat, More
June 24, 2022
Ozzy Osbourne Debuts “Patient Number 9” ft. Jeff Beck; New LP ft. Tony Iommi, Eric Clapton & More 9/9
June 24, 2022
Paul McCartney Revisiting Three Key Solo Albums with ‘McCartney I II III’ Box Set 8/5 (Pre-Order)
June 24, 2022
Out Now: MUNA Delivers a Powerful Statement of Purpose and Confidence with New Self-Titled Album (Listen)
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November 17, 2021
Watch Genesis Dust Off “Misunderstanding” at ‘The Last Domino?’ Tour Opener (First Performance Since 1984)
Earlier this week, Genesis began its anticipated North American run of the The Last Domino? reunion tour with a show at the United Center in Chicago, and over the course...
April 29, 2021
Genesis Announces North American Dates for ‘The Last Domino?’ Reunion Tour; 14 Shows Nov. – Dec. 2021
Back in early March 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic began its stranglehold over everything, Genesis announced something fans of the legendary band had anticipated for a while: a reunion tour called The Last Domino?, which was followed up with a...
February 3, 2021
Watch a Teaser Clip of Genesis Rehearsing for its Rescheduled U.K./Ireland Tour Currently Set for Fall 2021
Back in early March 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic began its stranglehold over everything, Genesis announced something fans of the legendary band had anticipated for a while: a reunion tour called The Last Domino? It was subsequently...
September 18, 2020
Deftones Share the Heavy ‘Genesis’ as a Preview of New LP ‘Ohms’ Out 9/25
Next week, Deftones will return with Ohms, the versatile alt/metal pioneers‘ ninth studio album. (Click here to pre-order Ohms from our Rock Cellar Store). _now I watch how wild it...
July 24, 2020
Genesis Announces Rescheduled ‘The Last Domino?’ U.K./Ireland Reunion Tour Dates for April 2021
Back in early March, before the COVID-19 pandemic began its stranglehold over everything, Genesis announced something fans of the legendary band had anticipated for a while: a reunion tour. The...
May 7, 2020
Legendary Guitarist Steve Hackett Readying Autobiography, ‘A Genesis In My Bed,’ for July 2020 Release
It’s been a long time coming, but renowned guitarist Steve Hackett will (finally) release his autobiography this coming July. Titled A Genesis In My Bed, it promises to be an...
March 4, 2020
Genesis Reforms, Announces ‘The Last Domino?’ U.K./Ireland Reunion Tour in the Fall
At long last, Genesis is reforming — and the band will embark on a special tour this fall to mark the occasion. Announced early Wednesday, the news comes after years...
December 15, 2016
Steve Hackett (Ex-Genesis) Announces New Album 'The Night Siren' — Out in March
Guitar icon Steve Hackett, known for his significant work with Genesis, will release a new solo album on March 24. Titled The Night Siren, the LP (which features the alluring...
June 10, 2022
‘Moonage Daydream’ – David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust “Autobiographical” Photo Book Gets Re-Released for 50th Anniversary
‘Moonage Daydream – The Life and Times of Ziggy Stardust’– probably the closest thing to a David Bowie autobiographical book ever written – will be re-released in a glorious special...
June 8, 2022
Olivia Harrison to Release ‘Came the Lightening: Twenty Poems for George,’ Dedicated to George Harrison
Came the Lightening: Twenty Poems for George is a new illustrated book of poetry from Olivia Harrison, set for publication on June 21 in honor of her late husband, George...
May 3, 2022
LA’s This Ain’t No Picnic Festival Sets Daily Lineups for Aug. 27-28 Event (The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, More)
Coming up on August 27-28, 2022, Goldenvoice will put on This Ain’t No Picnic, a two-day indie/alternative festival located at Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Southern California. The festival...
April 21, 2022
Deftones’ Greek Theatre Tour Stop a Reminder How They Survived the ‘Nu-Metal’ Genre They Helped Create (Recap)
The vibe at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday night was one of relief. Deftones were in town for a concert, but not just any concert: A gig...
March 22, 2022
Lollapalooza 2022: Metallica, Dua Lipa, Green Day, Doja Cat, Machine Gun Kelly Among Headliners for July Festival
This summer’s Lollapalooza music festival, set for July 28-31 at Grant Park, Illinois, packs a punch. The official lineup of acts for this year’s mega-fest was revealed on Tuesday, and...
January 3, 2022
Streaming Now: Watch the New ‘Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name’ Documentary
This past Sunday, Jan. 2, CNN premiered Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name, a new documentary film focusing on the intertwining careers and shared legacies of...
December 9, 2021
Q&A: Steve Howe of Yes on New Album ‘The Quest,’ Prog-Rock Masters’ Legacy and Beyond
A celebrated guitar hero since his emergence with Yes in the early ‘70s, Steve Howe remains a formidable six-string practitioner. As producer, guitarist, occasional lead singer and songwriter featured throughout the...
December 6, 2021
This Ain’t No Picnic Festival in LA: The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, Le Tigre, Beach House, Jungle, Phoebe Bridgers & More (Tix On Sale 12/9)
Goldenvoice recently announced a brand new music festival scheduled for next August 27-28, 2022, at Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Southern California: This Ain’t No Picnic. The festival, which...
November 23, 2021
2022 Grammy Nominations Announced
On Tuesday, the official list of nominations for the 64th Grammy Awards were announced via a live stream. An interesting note from Variety explained a key change instilled for this...
November 3, 2021
Jeff Lynne’s ELO: ‘Wembley or Bust’ Book Available Now, Commemorating 50th Anniversary
In 2017, Jeff Lynne’s ELO took the stage at the iconic Wembley Stadium for a massive concert event in front of a capacity crowd of 60,000 fans — and Wembley...
July 13, 2021
Q&A: Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet) Gets Reflective on ‘In Solo’ (“A Scrapbook About a Man of My Age Trying to Join the Dots in His Life”)
Gary Kemp helped soundtrack the MTV-era as the principal songwriter of 1980s mega-stars Spandau Ballet. The hits he penned for the band — “Through the Barricades,” “Only When You Leave,”...
June 14, 2021
Tommy Shaw: On Styx’s New Album ‘Crash of the Crown,’ Songwriting, Critics’ Icy Reception of the Group and Beyond (The Interview)
Styx are rock and roll survivors. Celebrating over four decades of mighty musical service, overcoming personnel changes and the ever changing musical climate, the seasoned Midwest rockers remain committed to...
March 10, 2021
‘Pink Floyd Live at Knebworth 1990’ CD/LP Set Coming 4/30; Stream ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)’
On April 30, Pink Floyd will release Live at Knebworth 1990, a seven-track live collection capturing a magical night from the heralded English group at the vaunted U.K. outdoor venue....
January 14, 2021
Mick Fleetwood: On Honoring Peter Green & the Magic of Fleetwood Mac’s Early Days (The Interview)
In February 2020, just before the world went into lockdown, Mick Fleetwood, the namesake drummer of Fleetwood Mac since its mid-1960s beginnings, corralled an A-List group of his rock...
January 12, 2021
The Story of ‘Rock Camp’ and the Thrills of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp: Q&A with Filmmaker Doug Blush
So you want to be a rock star? Rock ‘n Roll Fantasy Camp — where ordinary people rub shoulders with and learn from legendary performers and working musicians — may...
January 8, 2021
I’m Still Standing: Having Conquered Earth, Rick Wakeman Takes Prog-Rock into Outer Space with ‘The Red Planet’ (Q&A)
Rick Wakeman cemented his reputation as one of the godfathers of progressive rock after joining Yes in 1971. The keyboardist’s first album with the band, Fragile, included two staples of...
December 14, 2020
Behind the Curtain: Interviewing Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson in 1975
For his latest Behind the Curtain entry, rock journalist Steve Rosen recalls his admiration of Jethro Tull and Ian Anderson — and the particular challenge that interviewing Anderson in 1975 presented. OK,...
December 7, 2020
I’m Still Standing: Dave Mason Q&A — Re-Recording ‘Alone Together,’ Keeping Busy in Quarantine & Penning an Autobiography
Rock Cellar’s newest column, I’m Still Standing, continues with our interview with singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Mason, whose short tenure with Traffic produced the classic “Feelin’ Alright,” a song recorded by...
November 13, 2020
I’m Still Standing: Carl Palmer — from ELP to ELP Legacy, Art, Documentaries, a Book and More
“Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends.” Rock Cellar’s newest column, I’m Still Standing, continues with our interview with Emerson, Lake & Palmer drummer Carl Palmer. Each month,...
October 12, 2020
I’m Still Standing: Joey Molland Transcends Badfinger’s Tragic Past With Latest Album, ‘Be True to Yourself’
Welcome to the second installment of Rock Cellar’s newest column, I’m Still Standing. Each month, we’ll visit with a veteran artist that you may not previously have known is still producing...
September 28, 2020
Steve Hackett Shares ‘The Cinema Show’ from ‘Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith’
In 2019, legendary guitarist Steve Hackett embarked on an ambitious and crowd-pleasing tour, and recordings from those shows comprise Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith, a...
September 24, 2020
Deftones Have Never Sounded So Consistently Heavy – or Focused – as They Do with Pummeling New Album ‘Ohms’
I have no patience now for expectation, screams vocalist Chino Moreno toward the end of “This Link is Dead,” a track toward the end of the new Deftones album Ohms....
September 23, 2020
Nick Mason Q&A: Unearthing Early-Era Pink Floyd with His Saucerful of Secrets, Meeting the Beatles in 1967 & More
Dark Side of The Moon is the album that ushered Pink Floyd into superstardom in America and their early work, with songs recorded by the first incarnation of the band...
September 22, 2020
‘Adopt-A-Dot’ on Deftones’ New Album & Help Raise Money for U.C. Davis’ Children’s Hospital & Crew Nation
This Friday, Sept. 25, Deftones will return with their anticipated new studio album, Ohms. The record features attention-grabbing artwork: See all of those little dots that make up the visual?...
September 21, 2020
New Music Out This Week 9/25: Prince ‘Sign O’ the Times’ Reissue, Sufjan Stevens, Deftones, Steve Hackett, Van Morrison, IDLES, Will Butler
This Friday, Sept. 25 will bring with it some big-name new music releases from major artists — a mix of genres and music eras, including both new material and reissues...
September 17, 2020
Live Stream Concerts to Watch This Weekend 9/18-9/20: Sheryl Crow, Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Tweedy, Alicia Keys, Lamb of God, Perfume Genius and More
It’s the weekend, again, which means one thing: There’s plenty of streaming events from the music world to keep you entertained at home while staying safe from the threat of...
September 17, 2020
Tonight 9/17: Watch the ‘Six String Salute’ Virtual Concert Benefiting Crew Nation (ft. Steve Vai, Joel Hoekstra, Halestorm, Nita Strauss and More)
Tonight, Sept. 17, a gathering of some of the best guitarists currently making music will join forces for a virtual concert benefiting Crew Nation, Live Nation’s global relief fund for...
September 16, 2020
September 2020 Issue
Click the links below to enjoy our September 2020 features. Yusuf/Cat Stevens: On Spirituality and Reclaiming ‘Tea for the Tillerman²’ for its 50th Anniversary (The Interview) I’m Still Standing: Guitarist...
September 15, 2020
I’m Still Standing: Guitarist Steve Hackett Forges Ahead with Autobiography, Live Album and More on the Way
Introducing Rock Cellar’s newest column, I’m Still Standing. Each month, we’ll visit with a veteran artist that you may not previously have known is still producing vibrant, new music and...
September 8, 2020
Preview Steve Hackett’s ‘Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith’ Live Set Out 10/16
In 2019, legendary guitarist Steve Hackett embarked on an ambitious and crowd-pleasing tour, and on Oct. 16 he’ll release Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith,...
August 21, 2020
Deftones Share Crushing, Groove-Based New Song/Video ‘Ohms,’ from New Album Out 9/25 — Watch/Pre-Order
Alt/metal pioneers Deftones were leading fans on an online scavenger hunt all week, hinting at a major announcement to come at week’s end — and late Thursday night, “Ohms” was...
August 20, 2020
Deftones Tease New Album ‘Ohms’ (Out 9/25) with Apple Music Preview; Single Expected Friday
Alt/metal pioneers Deftones led fans on an online scavenger hunt earlier this week, with the hint of a new album announcement at the end of the rainbow — and now...
August 17, 2020
Biffy Clyro Bassist James Johnston on ‘A Celebration of Endings’ & Resuming Live Concerts: ‘As Soon As We’re Able to Figure It Out, We’ll Be Knocking Down the Door’
Biffy Clyro often enhances its hard-rock sound with orchestration. “Many of Horror,” a pop-leaning top 10 U.K. charter for the Scottish rock trio, was a prime example. The accompanying 2009...
July 9, 2020
Top 11 Songs About Racism
This month’s Top 11 concerns racism — and, specifically, some of the most notable songs to tackle the complicated subject over the years. “Hollywood folks like to believe they are...
June 10, 2020
Ronnie Wood: Artist, Painter, Author, Rolling Stone (The Interview)
Ronnie Wood is a certifiable rock legend. Keith Richards’ guitar foil in the Rolling Stones since the 1970s, Wood had already made his name as a member of not only...
April 14, 2020
Streaming Pick: ‘Nintendo Quest,’ One Hardcore Gamer’s Adventure Collecting all 678(!) Nintendo Games Released in North America
Without being able to venture outside or go anywhere these days due to the coronavirus pandemic, I have found myself aimlessly staring at the television screen, searching for something to...
April 7, 2020
Need Something to Watch? RockCellarTV: Intimate Music Interviews with Ringo Starr, Todd Rundgren, Stewart Copeland, Steve Lukather, Judy Collins, Gene Simmons, Mike Love and More
The challenge of finding that perfect thing to watch can be difficult — and with everybody at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, the options can seem limitless. A million...
February 18, 2020
Turn Me On: Adron
Last spring, Rock Cellar interviewed Carsie Blanton about her latest album, Buck Up. Next week, Blanton will kick off her 2020 “World Worth Saving 2020 Tour,” including three upcoming dates...
December 17, 2019
July 2019 Issue
Click below to enjoy our July 2019 features: Peter Frampton’s Farewell: His ‘Finale’ Tour, Battling a Muscle Disease and Humble Pie (The Interview) The Stray Cats’ Lee Rocker on the...
November 20, 2019
Why Does This 22-Foot Tall Baby Jesus Statue Look Like Phil Collins?
This is Phil Collins, renowned musician known for his time with the prog-rock band Genesis and a fruitful solo career. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1v1TlXnCUi/ You know all about him, right? He’s been a...
October 10, 2019
The Inside Story of Elvis Presley’s 1969 Memphis Recording Sessions with Marty Lacker
A faithful member of Elvis Presley’s retinue of close friends known as “The Memphis Mafia,” Marty Lacker was one of The King’s trusted friends and was instrumental in arranging Elvis’...
September 4, 2019
Jimmy Page Has a Very Special, Elaborate and Limited-Edition New Book Called ‘The Anthology’
This one’s truly for the collectors of all things Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page. If you consider yourself among the most devoted fans of the legendary rock and roll band...
July 12, 2019
Top 11 Songs About the Night
“My wife met me at the door the other night in a sexy negligee. Unfortunately, she was just coming home.” Rodney Dangerfield “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins...
July 9, 2019
Steve Hackett Ventures to the ‘Edge of the Light’ with Adventurous New Album (Q&A)
Some artists seem set on an inexorable quest for new musical idioms and fusions. That’s certainly the case with former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett, who continues to expand his musical...
May 20, 2019
Q&A: ‘Echo in the Canyon’ Director Andrew Slater on Bringing the Laurel Canyon Scene to the Big Screen
The “Canyon” referred to in the title of Andrew Slater’s Echo in the Canyon is Laurel Canyon. The co-writer/director’s 82-minute nonfiction film explores the music scene that emerged out of...
April 10, 2019
Inside the Rolling Stones’ ‘Rock and Roll Circus’ with Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Some things are worth waiting for. “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus” TV special was filmed in December of 1968, but was shelved for decades as folks assumed its...
March 21, 2019
Phil Collins: ‘Still Not Dead Yet, Live!’ US Tour Announced for the Fall
Because his fans in the United States clamored for more, Phil Collins has appeased them — and this fall, the iconic musician/former Genesis drummer will return with a slate of...
January 14, 2019
Turn Me On: Singer/Songwriter/Producer Fernando Perdomo
Fernando Perdomo photo via Cyndi Trissel Less than a year ago, Fernando Perdomo released Out to Sea, a sonically dynamic and thoroughly memorable instrumental prog rock album on which he...
January 14, 2019
Todd Rundgren Discusses His New Memoir, ‘The Individualist’ (The Interview)
Todd Rundgren (Photo: Jean Lannen) Todd Rundgren’s long awaited autobiography The Individualist bears a title apt for a musical iconoclast who has steered his 50 year career with stubborn independence and...
October 2, 2018
Remembering Tom Petty with an Inside Look at the ‘An American Treasure’ Box Set with Producer/Engineer Ryan Ulyate
(Tom Petty photo courtesy Steve Ziegelmeyer) “Tom had really high standards, and that was really in my mind,” Mike Campbell says with a chuckle when I ask him about compiling the...
August 9, 2018
Nick Mason is Having a Blast Revisiting Early Pink Floyd with His Saucerful of Secrets (The Interview)
“For once we’re not catching up about Pink Floyd,” Nick Mason says with a laugh, when he calls from London to tell Rock Cellar about Unattended Luggage, a box set...
March 29, 2018
Exclusive RockCellarTV Chat with Guitarist Steve Hackett
In March 2017, guitarist Steve Hackett released The Night Siren, an ambitious new album of original material that was his 25th solo album to date. Hackett served in the band...
February 4, 2018
The Making of Gregg Allman’s Final Album ‘Southern Blood’ with Don Was, Scott Sharrard and Michael Lehman
“I knew going in that he wasn’t going to make it,” Don Was, the producer of Southern Blood, the twice Grammy-nominated final album from Gregg Allman, says of the project....
February 3, 2017
New from Steve Hackett: Stream 'The Skeleton Gallery,' Off His Upcoming Album 'The Night Siren'
Guitarist/songwriter Steve Hackett, known for his work with Genesis and as a prolific solo artist, has a new album coming out in March. Titled The Night Siren, we spotlighted the...
January 31, 2017
Hear Rogue Wave Cover Pete Townshend's 'Let My Love Open the Door'; '80s-Themed 'Cover Me' LP Due 2/17
Oakland’s Rogue Wave recently released a special 1980s-themed covers album titled Cover Me for Record Store Day Black Friday back in November. The set found the indie/rock band tackling some classic ’80s...
January 12, 2017
Rick Wakeman: On ‘Piano Portraits,’ David Bowie, Yes in the Rock Hall of Fame and More (Q&A)
At age five, Rick Wakeman began taking piano lessons — talk about musical lessons that truly paid off decades later! First coming to prominence as a member of Strawbs, Wakeman...
November 10, 2016
Carl Palmer on the Legacy of Emerson, Lake and Palmer (Q&A)
Between 1970 -1973 with the studio albums Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Trilogy, Tarkus and Brain Salad Surgery, ELP created some of prog rock’s most seminal and enduring music with their battalions of...
September 8, 2016
Dual Q&A: Ambrosia's Burleigh Drummond and Player's Peter Beckett
The term “Yacht Rock” was created by music critics to describe the smooth commercial and in their words, slightly cheesy sound of a litany of successful late ‘70s pop/rock acts....
August 30, 2016
Phil Collins Preps 'Not Dead Yet' Memoir, Performs 'In the Air Tonight' at the US Open
On Monday night, Phil Collins showed up at the US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York to perform his classic hit, In the Air Tonight. It was...
July 8, 2016
Jeff Beck: The Interview
“I guess it’s my sense of inquisitiveness and maybe boredom, a mixture of the two. I always look for tomorrow in today. Whoever’s involved with my music at the time,...
December 8, 2015
A Few Questions With … Songwriter/Composer John Pratt
John Pratt has been doing his thing for decades. Whether in his 1980s rock bands or putting his stamp on TV programs with his score work, Pratt has been an...
May 6, 2014
Brian May and Kerry Ellis – The Interview
It’s a long way from imitation to innovation. Let’s face it, as a guitar player it’s much easier to copy someone’s licks or solos; that’s all about possessing the proper...
May 3, 2013
Julian Lennon – Everything Changes (Interview)
Julian Speaks with RCM About Inspiration, His New Album, Working With Steven Tyler and Life Beyond Music
March 4, 2013
Guitarist Steve Howe of Yes (Interview)
Steve Howe, a 40-year rock veteran chats with Rock Cellar Magazine about the evolution of Yes, life on the road as a vegetarian, and the rising interest of albums in the singles-driven digital age.
February 4, 2013
February Album Reviews
Kris Kristofferson Camper Van Beethoven Yo La Tengo New Order Bad Religion The Stone Foxes Richard Thompson My Bloody Valentine Kris Kristofferson Feeling Mortal If the United States has a...
February 4, 2013
Rock Meccas of NYC: What Are They Now?
In the 1960s, New York City was the center of the recording industry and home to a wealth of small clubs and theaters that hosted the cream of rock music....
January 7, 2013
Top 11 Rock Novels
Rock novels are a blast to read for any serious music lover. Just like you, rock novelists are tremendous music fans, and the novel form allows them to approach their...
February 16, 2012
Photographer Henry Diltz: Rock’s Living History (Interview)
Photographer (and musician) Henry Diltz has taken photographs of almost every notable rock musician and band from the 1960s and 70s. His iconic style practically defined the generation of classic...