Remembering the late Neil Innes, co-creator of The Rutles, The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, and material for Monty Python, too.
I had to smile at this paragraph from an obituary of Allee Willis, who wrote the “Friends” TV theme song and the Earth, Wind, & Fire hit “September.”
Here’s my review of last night’s re-creation of the The Band’s legendary 1976 farewell concert, The Last Waltz, by a roster of great modern-day musicians.
Playing For Change had musicians around the world — including a couple you might recognize— play an iconic classic rock tune, and the result is simply beautiful.
My review of a new documentary about one of the all-time great singers who not only hit it big with rock and roll and ballads, but standards, traditional Mexican music, and Broadway, too.
After experiences at two recent concerts, my desire to have venues lock up the phones of attendees — to keep them from annoying the rest of us — has only grown exponentially.
The band War will be in St. Louis tonight, no doubt performing one of the dumbest songs ever — a category that even includes a Paul McCartney tune.
It’s time to do away with the concert tradition of encores. Here’s why.