Seeing Van Zandt singing sans guitar is a bit weird. Duetting on a Sinatra tune is even weirder.
The record is due out Feb. 3.
In the continuing saga of old musicians’ things being auctioned off, a one-of-a-kind artifact from Frank Sinatra’s past will soon be available to the public.
It’s one American icon taking on another, as songwriting legend Bob Dylan has released a cover version of Frank Sinatra’s 1945 song, “Full Moon and Empty Arms,” which is slated for an upcoming full-length album.
Brian Wilson is the reason to go see the Beach Boys’ 50th anniversary tour, but he also happens to be the cause of it. One might assume it’s another one of those tours engineered to […]
Referring to music as the world’s best social lubricant should be innuendo enough to start any good Valentine’s Day blog post, plus we all know it’s true. To wrap up the perfect Valentine’s Day evening, […]
[lastfm]U2[/lastfm] came in at number two on a poll of America’s favorite musical artists. According to a Harris poll, the Irish rockers came in only behind [lastfm]Celine Dion[/lastfm], who took the number-one spot. [lastfm]Elvis Presley[/lastfm] […]