Doyle Bramhall II Premieres ‘What You Need,’ ft. Eric Clapton — New Album Out 10/5 (Listen)

Doyle Bramhall II Premieres ‘What You Need,’ ft. Eric Clapton — New Album Out 10/5 (Listen)

Guitarist/songwriter Doyle Bramhall II is one of those guys. The ones who deserve your attention due to their style, hard work, and incredibly rich resume of accomplishments. He’s played alongside Eric Clapton, Gregg Allman, Elton John, T-Bone Burnett and Allen Toussaint, among others, establishing himself as one of the most resilient guitarists honing his craft […]

Do Yourself a Favor and Do Not Miss Elton John’s ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ Tour (Onsale Now)

Do Yourself a Favor and Do Not Miss Elton John’s ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ Tour (Onsale Now)

Elton John. For decades, he’s delighted the world with his vibrant, genre-defying and legacy-making music, and he recently announced that he’ll head out on one final global world tour with a simple message: “It’s time to come off the road so I can fully embrace the next important chapter of my life.”  Dubbed the Farewell […]

Top 11 Glam Rock Songs

Top 11 Glam Rock Songs

Top 11 Glam Rock Songs “I was recently looking at an old cover of New Musical Express from 1973. It’s me and Mick Jagger, and he’s just found glam a little late. He’s wearing this jumpsuit with epaulets, and he’s dripping in makeup and mascara. And I’m on the other half of the page with […]

Live-Action ‘The Lion King’ Remake to Reportedly Feature Reworked Elton John Songs from 1994 Film

Live-Action ‘The Lion King’ Remake to Reportedly Feature Reworked Elton John Songs from 1994 Film

For some movies, the original music featured in certain scenes becomes as nostalgic and memorable as the film itself — and that’s definitely the case with Disney’s The Lion King. The classic 1994 animated film featured five of original songs from Sir Elton John, with “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” reaching No. 4 on […]

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. […]

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