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RockCellar Magazine
May 1, 2020
Chill Out with Robert Fripp and His New Ambient Series ‘Music for Quiet Moments’ — Here’s ‘Pastorale’ (Listen)

Robert Fripp, the leader of prog-rock/experimental ensemble King Crimson, has found plenty of ways to keep busy during COVID-19 quarantine (such as buzzing around his backyard dressed as a bee...

RockCellar Magazine
May 1, 2020
Action Skulls (Bill Mumy, Vicki Peterson and John Cowsill) Made an Album During COVID-19 Isolation; Stream ‘A Different World’

Action Skulls is a formidable musical project combining the many talents of Vicki Peterson of the Bangles, her husband, John Cowsill (drummer of Cowsills and the Beach Boys) and Bill...

RockCellar Magazine
May 1, 2020
The Explorers Club’s ‘Look to the Horizon’ is a Shimmery Slice of Vintage California Pop — from Nashville! (Two LPs Coming 6/12)

On June 12, two albums will be released by The Explorers Club — an indie/beach pop outfit fronted by Jason Brewer. The project is based out of Nashville via South...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Alice Cooper Wants You to Be a Part of His Uplifting New Song ‘Don’t Give Up’ — But You Have to Act Quickly

On May 15, Alice Cooper is preparing to release a new single called “Don’t Give Up,” and the shock-rock legend wants you to be an active participant in its release....

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Brian Wilson/Van Dyke Parks Reissuing ‘Orange Crate Art’ LP; Stream Their Cover of ‘What A Wonderful World’

On June 29, Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks will reissue their 1995 album, Orange Crate Art, via Omnivore Recordings, marking the LP’s 25th anniversary. The collaborative record came about...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros. Officially Cancel All Remaining 2020 Performances Due to COVID-19

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros., the touring group involving the Grateful Dead icon, producer/musician Don Was and drummer Jay Lane, have canceled their remaining 2020 tour dates due to the...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Steven Tyler is Keeping Safe at Home, Playing a Didgeridoo Concert for His (Clearly Impressed) Dogs

Have you ever played a didgeridoo, the wind instrument that originated in northern Australia by Aboriginal peoples? It’s a pretty awesome musical device, both in size — it’s a significant...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Christopher Cross Update: COVID-19 Induced Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Leaving Him Temporarily Paralyzed

On April 17, acclaimed singer/songwriter Christopher Cross updated fans regarding his battle with COVID-19, reporting that he was began recovering until being sidelined by a new issue: temporary paralysis that...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Hear Billie Joe Armstrong Sing in Italian for His Latest #NoFunMondays Cover of Don Backy’s ‘Amico’

Billie Joe Armstrong doesn’t care about rules, even if they’re rules he imposed himself, and that means this week we get a double-dose of #NoFunMondays, his weekly series of cover...

RockCellar Magazine
April 30, 2020
Watch Thom Yorke Play New Song ‘Plasticine Figures’ on ‘Fallon,’ and Replay Radiohead’s 2012 Coachella Set Tonight 4/30 on YouTube

The coronavirus pandemic isn’t keeping some musicians from getting new tunes out there to the masses. Among the latest comes from Thom Yorke, front man of Radiohead, who debuted a...