The self-written memoir will detail the bassist’s move from a “normal” upbringing in the suburbs of New York to Los Angeles, where he lived a bohemian life with his jazz musician stepfather and formed the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
“I want to tell the story of how I fought — hard — to maintain my artistic integrity in the face of opposing forces,” Fogerty said.
It turns out Levon Helm, the singer and drummer of The Band, turned him on to blues harmonica players, which proved to be an important influence on Bobby Keys’ sax playing. Watch as Keys discusses Helm’s personal significance.
In a recent interview to discuss his new memoir, Elton John opened up about wasting much of his life on drugs, specifically his past cocaine and alcohol addictions.
It turns out that Neil Young had a hard time remembering some details of his pre-Springfield Buffalo days in Canada, so he reached out to his friend Randy Bachman to fill in the gaps in his mind.
On the heels of their career-spanning retrospective release, “Strange Euphoria,” earlier this month, the legendary ladies of Heart will release their 14th studio album on October 2nd.
Cissy Houston is ready to talk about Whitney, announcing that she is writing a tell-all book that will cover the good, the bad and the ugly of her daughter’s life.
After penning his memoirs for over a decade, The Who’s Pete Townshend finally set a release date for his autobiography.
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
At the final night of the Allman Brothers Band‘s “March Madness” NYC residency on March 24, band leader Gregg Allman was forced to miss the performance due to back pain caused by a bulging disc, […]