"One hundred percent Vaughan,tubeybite, lots of attack, warm—extremely fat and thick but still has top-end bite."
Twenty-five years ago today (October 16, 1992), a truly ridiculous amount of talent packed into New York City's Madison Square Garden to honor Bob Dylan's then-30-year-old recording career.
Even though the Beatles hired a film crew to document the1969 recording sessions for what would become Let It Be, it's not all that common to see studiofootage of the band from before that time.
Last winter, after watching the excellent 2007 documentaryTom Petty and theHeartbreakers: Runnin' Down a DreamonNetflix, I decided it was finally time to see Tom Petty in concert.
Tom Petty's death is a shocking reminder that people and things that we consider "constants" can disappear in an instant—and there's nothing we can do about it.
As always, Moore did not disappoint, delivering a truly blistering solo on the classic White Album track.
ChrisHillmanand Roger McGuinn—two founding members of the Byrds—recently teamed up to record"Here She Comes Again," a song they co-wrote almost 40 years ago.