Regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, Delta blues wizard Robert Johnson recorded only 29 songs (plus 13 alternate takes, in two sessions) during his 27 years of life. They were cut when he wasn’t playing for tips on street corners, in juke joints or in front of barbershops and other commercial establishments.
Since Paul McCartney started touring regularly in 1989, he's given music fans the closest thing they'd ever see to a Beatles concert. And now that George Harrison has passed away and McCartney's shows packs his concerts with more Fab Four tunes than ever before, the same still holds true.
On May 6, Queens of the Stone posted a new animated music video for "I Appear Missing," a track off their upcoming album, ...Like Clockwork. The album will be released June 4 release via Matador Records.
Since the formation of their partnership in the early 1970s, Daryl Hall and John Oates have gone on to become the most successful duo in rock history. Together, they've sold more than 80 million albums, scored 10 No. 1 records and amassed more than 20 top 40 hits — and they've toured the world for decades.
Dave Grohl’s Sound City: Real to Reel is many things: a feature-length documentary that was the buzz of this year’s Sundance festival, a star-studded CD packed with great tunes and a series of historic concerts.