Marshall Tucker Band’s Doug Gray Talks New Live Album, Touring Europe and More: Exclusive …
The Marshall Tucker Band recently opened their vaults and released Live in the U.K. 1976, a snapshot of the iconic southern rock outfit's original lineup in peak form.
30 Years Ago: W.A.S.P. Trade Shock for Maturity, Sort of, on ‘The Last Command’
W.A.S.P. broadened their approach on a number of levels with their second album.
How Aerosmith Got Their Wings Back on ‘Done With Mirrors’
In purely commercial terms, Aerosmith's improbable resurrection after seven years in career purgatory began in 1986.
The Day Kiss Conquered Australia
By 1980, Kiss' album sales were off in the U.S., where the cultural winds were shifting after punk and disco. But demand remained brisk in other parts of the world.
Revisiting Yes’ Tantalizingly Incomplete ‘9012Live: The Solos’
Strangely, this live EP from Yes' 90125-era lineup only includes two complete songs but is not without its charms.
That Time the Marshall Tucker Band Played a Benefit Show for Jimmy Carter
At the urging of their then-label Capricorn Records, Marshall Tucker kicked off the first in a series of southern rock fundraisers for the Carter campaign.