Gearing up for the GRAMMY Nominations Concert tonight on CBS, we tested Youngblood Hawke’s memory on some of the biggest songs in rock GRAMMY history.
The Allman Brothers Band, Pink Floyd and The Eagles have shared space on radio station playlists for decades, but last night at New Jersey’s Izod Center was probably the first time that their members shared a stage. And yet, there they were: Gregg Allman, Roger Waters and Joe Walsh, performing not just at the same concert, but at the same time. It was an incredible finale to the Love For Levon concert, paying tribute to The Band’s Levon Helm
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
I’ve got no problem with a heavy-handed cover of a classic…it’s just when it involves a ham-fisted attempt that rubs me the wrong way. What’s next—Seether doin’ “Life’s Been Good”? YIKES…
It’s been 20 years since Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh released his last solo album, 1992′s “Songs for a Dying Planet.” Since then, the music world – and well, the world as we know it – […]
(Review by Dave Morales) When you have a “hit list” like [lastfm]The Eagles[/lastfm], it’s not so much a question of what to play, it’s more like “how do we fit everything in a two-hour set?” […]
[lastfm]Don Henley,[/lastfm] [lastfm]Eagles[/lastfm] and solo singer-songwriter, has reached a settlement with, and received an apology from, Chuck DeVore, the California politician, and Justin Hart, a worker for Mr. DeVore’s 2010 United States Senate campaign, who […]
[lastfm]The Eagles[/lastfm] are disputing ticket sales figures released by Pollstar. The band’s ongoing Long Road Out of Eden tour has sold 440,569 tickets for a total income of $48.7 million so far this year.