Producer Don Was on the Rolling Stones' Future: 'The Rock Cellar Conversations' Podcast Premiere

“There was no vision for this album,” says producer Don Was of The Rolling Stones’ new CD, Blue & Lonesome. “We were making an album of new songs, and sometimes you do a bunch of takes and you need to take a little break, right? So we were working on a song and we just… Continue reading Producer Don Was on the Rolling Stones' Future: 'The Rock Cellar Conversations' Podcast Premiere

Turn Me On: Shane Alexander

88.5 KCSN-FM’s Jim Nelson is back with another entry in our Turn Me On category, this time shining his light on Shane Alexander… “Do you think of me once in a while?” That’s it. That’s the line where Shane Alexander reels you in on the lead single from his sixth and latest CD, Bliss. Rendered,… Continue reading Turn Me On: Shane Alexander

Turn Me On: Rachael Sage

  In 1996, Rachael Sage did something totally wacky. Things were beginning to change in the music industry, but no one knew yet just how much of a systemic seismic shift was coming, and it was then that Sage started her own New York City record company, MPress Records. As its premier offering, she issued… Continue reading Turn Me On: Rachael Sage

Photos: Rock Cellar Magazine's 'California Saga' Tribute Shows @ El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles

Last weekend, Rock Cellar Magazine and the Get Together Foundation teamed up for a pair of all-star tribute gigs at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. With proceeds benefiting some local charities, the California Saga shows paid tribute to some of the most classic California music ever created – think CSNY, Linda Ronstadt, the… Continue reading Photos: Rock Cellar Magazine's 'California Saga' Tribute Shows @ El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles