In this week's cover story, we speak with Phoenix-based guitarist Nils Lofgren about his new collection, Face the Music, which documents 45 years of Lofgren's solo work. But his work as a sideman with some of the biggest songwriters in music history -- including Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Ringo ... More >>
Soulive McDowell Mountain Music Festival at Compound GrillSunday, April 15 Groove is what you make of it, and Soulive makes plenty of groovin' music. This trio from New York City--brothers Neal and Alan Evans, on Hammond B-3 organ and drums, respectively, and guitarist Eric Krasno--draw inspiration ... More >>
"The Big Man" was an appropriate moniker for Clarence Clemons. At 6-feet-4 and 250 pounds, the saxophonist, who died Saturday from complications involving a recent stroke, was literally quite large. But even his physical stature couldn't measure up to his legendary sax skills as a 40-year memb ... More >>
We recently ran across this list of the "Top Ten All-Time Arizona Musicians" from Arizona Premiere Living. Some of the choices are obvious: Meat Puppets, Jimmy Eat World, Jordin Sparks, Gin Blossoms, Alice Cooper, and Linda Ronstadt almost always make the "top" lists of Arizona musicians.
Ten of the year's most timeless records
Number of the beat
Let It Be . . . Naked (Capitol)
With his latest star-powered release, Solomon Burke the King of Rock and Soul preaches to a new congregation
Big Band Rhythm & Blues (Warner Music)
Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis is the guy behind the guys
'Autobiography' and bootleg box prove that when it comes to the Beatles, you can never just let it be
Burton Cummings is either rock's most unsung hero or its most overlooked fugitive pervert
It was 20 years ago this week that Sgt. Pepper dropped a bomb on movie theaters, so where's all the rerelease hoopla?
Tune-packed Blues Brothers 2000 is a wail of a sequel