Paul McCartney Issues Heartfelt Statement About Passing of Wings Guitarist Henry McCullough

Henry McCullough, an Irish musician/guitarist who was a member of the band Wings in the early 1970s, passed away at the age of 72 on Tuesday. McCullough worked on Wings’ 1973 LP Red Rose Speedway, but also rose in stature due to his work with Joe Cocker, Marianne Faithfull, Donovan, and more – and is… Continue reading Paul McCartney Issues Heartfelt Statement About Passing of Wings Guitarist Henry McCullough

Q&A: Andy Partridge Talks About the Monkees

For self-respecting music fans, Andy Partridge is rightly revered as one of the most important songwriters in popular music based on his stellar work in XTC. But away from his own work, Partridge is a huge fan of rock and roll, from Pink Floyd to the Beatles, The Byrds to The Hollies, Small Faces to… Continue reading Q&A: Andy Partridge Talks About the Monkees

Guitarist Steve Howe of Yes (Interview)

The Band Yes: Steve Howe, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison, Alan White, Chris Squire; photo: Rob Shanahan

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.

March Album Reviews

Bruce Springsteen Michael Brunnock SinĂ©ad O’Connor Pink Floyd Mars Volta Andrew Bird The Cranberries Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball Bruce Springsteen’s 17th studio album, Wrecking Ball, is another solid entry into his storied career, a culturally-relevant discussion of struggle, injustice, and the so-called “American Dream”. Coming two years after the mildly-received Working on a Dream, Wrecking… Continue reading March Album Reviews