We are just a little over a month away from the debut release from the Black Star Riders. If the name doesn't immediately ring some bells, the group has some real weight in its ranks. The band is comprised of Ricky Warwick, Scott Gorham, Damon Johnson and Marco Mendoza, all of whom are also members of Thin Lizzy. The band is rounded out by Jimmy DeGrasso on drums.
Our May 2013 New Music Releases rundown finds a lot of legends returning to the shelves.
First off, we're going to see a new album from CCR front man John Fogerty, who's joined by an all-star roster that includes Foo Fighters, Kid Rock and Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and Bob Seger to pay tribute to -- er, himself on a new project.
Indiana University has an elite basketball program and Huey Lewis is everywhere. 2013 may feel like 1983 beginning next week, when Huey Lewis and the News begin a celebration of the 30th anniversary of 'Sports,' their historic, multi-platinum album featuring many of their best-known hits. A tour is set to begin in May.
Record Store Day is coming up fast, giving true music fans a chance to obtain some very cool exclusive releases from some of their favorite acts. And it's all for a good cause -- supporting independent music retailers.
This year's Record Store Day (April 20) is shaping up to be a classic rock extravaganza (emphasis on 'extra'): From Cream's triple-vinyl live set to David Bowie's string of singles to Paul McCartney's live EP, some of rock's most legendary acts are digging deep into their respective vaults and unleashing goodies.
On May 7, Rod Stewart will release 'Time,' his first album of self-penned material in 20 years. Today (March 19) EMI unveiled the cover art and the track listing for the new record, which can be pre-ordered at iTunes and Amazon. The iTunes version contains three bonus tracks. In addition, the first single, 'She Makes Me Happy,' was sent to radio today and can now be purchased digitally.