For Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer, the title of his new album, ‘The Way Life Goes,’ has a lot of significance. It’s been a strenuous road to recovery for Keifer since the early ‘90s, when doctors told him that he would probably never sing again as the result of a paralyzed left vocal cord. If there was a light at the end of the tunnel, it would take a lot of hard work to get there.
Jeff Lynne has contributed a wealth of important influence to the world of recording over the decades that he’s been engaged in making music. If the albums crafted with Electric Light Orchestra had been his sole contribution as an artist, it still would have been an impressive legacy to leave behind.
Now what? Talking with Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan on a sunny spring afternoon, the “now” involves a conversation about the “what,” which is the band’s highly anticipated new album (their 19th) which happens to be called ‘NOW What.’
A new Deep Purple album, their first since ‘Rapture of the Deep’ in 2005, had
The retreat will for sure be a unique experience for both fans and Howe, a respected player both acoustically and electrical
Greg Lake scarcely needs a big introduction to classic rock fans. A founding member of not one, but two of the most influential progressive rock bands of all time -- King Crimson and ELP -- the British singer-songwriter has fused his acoustic folk roots with an adventurous musical approach that has resulted in classics like '21st Century Schizoid Man,' 'In the Court of the Crimson King,' 'Lucky Man,' 'From the Beginning' and more.
Beth Hart is one of those singers you've probably heard, even if you're not aware of it. She's had a long career that includes an adult contemporary hit titled 'LA Song (Out of This Town)', from her critically acclaimed album 1999 album 'Screamin' For My Supper,' as well as a slew of work she's done with such high-profile artists as Slash, Joe Bonamassa, and Jeff Beck.
For over thirty years now, drummer Charlie Benante has been captaining the mighty ship Anthrax through choppy metallic waters, alongside first mate Scott Ian and fellow crew members of differing rank, station and duration – all of them responsible, in some measure, for steering the band’s career into the so-called ‘Big Four’ of thrash and keeping it there.