Top 11 Songs About Moms

Top 11 Songs About Moms

 A suburban mother’s role is to deliver children obstetrically once, and by car forever after. – Peter De Vries “Your Mama Don’t Dance” by Loggins and Messina and Poison Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina scored their biggest hit with 1972’s “Your Mama Don’t Dance.” The song looks back at a time when parents railed against […]

Last in Line at Record Store Day 2017: A Triumphant Tale

Last in Line at Record Store Day 2017: A Triumphant Tale

  This is a first. I don’t queue up for stuff often, unless beer’s involved. This Record Store Day however, I’ve got the fever. Doing due diligence the day before, I determine that The Sound Garden, Baltimore’s finest record store, would be the sage bet. As I called around, most stores were helpful with information. […]

Elton John Thanks Fans for Well-Wishes After ‘Rare and Potentially Deadly Bacterial Infection’ Prompts Gig Cancellations

Elton John Thanks Fans for Well-Wishes After ‘Rare and Potentially Deadly Bacterial Infection’ Prompts Gig Cancellations

Sir Elton John was to light up the Las Vegas Strip with a run of his Million Dollar Piano Show concerts through Friday, May 5, but those plans were scrapped with news that he was dealing with a “rare and potentially deadly” bacterial infection. According to a statement, John picked up the infection when, “During his […]

Heart Full of Soul: Talking Inspiration and Passion with Ann Wilson

Heart Full of Soul: Talking Inspiration and Passion with Ann Wilson

You can’t fake passion, and well…heart. You either have it or you don’t. Ann Wilson, lead singer of Heart, unquestionably has “it.” Blessed with a multi-octave range, Ann is one of rock’s most powerful and extraordinary vocalists. Over the past four decades, she’s harnessed pure emotive passion on record and on concert stages, forging an […]

Rick Wakeman: On ‘Piano Portraits,’ David Bowie, Yes in the Rock Hall of Fame and More (Q&A)

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 is internationally revered for his prodigious keyboard talents as a member of ’70s prog-rock giants, Yes. His stellar work with Yes, as featured on the classic […]

The Tribe Returns to Perform Elton John’s Classic Album, “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” at SOhO Santa Barbara Wednesday 12/14

The Tribe Returns to Perform Elton John’s Classic Album, “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” at SOhO Santa Barbara Wednesday 12/14

On Friday, Sept 30th, ten members of The Tribe – a collective of LA-based session and touring musicians and singers, reunited for a unique evening at Bogies in Westlake Village, California. They presented their version of Elton John’s classic album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The show was cleverly named Say Hello to “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” with the intention […]

Watch the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Jarring (and Maybe NSFW) Music Video for ‘Sick Love,’ Featuring Elton John

Watch the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Jarring (and Maybe NSFW) Music Video for ‘Sick Love,’ Featuring Elton John

One of the most memorable songs off the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ recent album The Getaway is “Sick Love,” a mid-tempo with loopy guitars and some guest piano work from none other than Sir Elton John. Well, on Monday the Peppers premiered a music video for the song, an animated clip from Beth Jeans Houghton […]

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