Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: After 50 years on the stage, should classic rockers consider hanging it […]
Deep Purple’s 1969 live release Concerto For Group And Orchestra is one of the earliest examples of rock music being played by a full orchestra. Keyboardist Jon Lord composed the music for that album, and he revisited it shortly before his passing on July 16.
If you think you know [mp3com-artist]Deep Purple[/mp3com-artist] then think again. A new set from Eagle Rock Entertainment paints the classic quintet in a wholly different light.
Fresh from a busy year that saw them touring with[mp3com-artist] Journey[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Foreigner[/mp3com-artist] and [mp3com-artist]Yes[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Styx[/mp3com-artist] offers us a free track from their latest set, Regeneration.
The fourth annual Record Store Day (Saturday, April 16) is a celebration of music, independent record stores, and the trusty wax itself. Even if you are without a means to listen to vinyl records these […]
© Sheila Rock/EMI Phil Collins has been teasing his fans with more talk of retiring from music, since the release of his Motown covers album Going Back on September 28th. He’s put down the microphone […]