Turnpike Troubadours are back. Dial up the vintage Diamonds & Gasoline.
JUST LAST MONTH, Oklahoma's favorite Red Dirt sons returned to the stage for the
first time since 2018. A lot
Whitey Morgan's 'Sonic Ranch' a blast to honky tonk's glorious past
WITH HUMBLE BEGINNING'S on the stages of bars like the Machine Shop in Flint,
Mich., Whitey Morgan and the 78's
RIP Taylor Hawkins (1972-2022)
There really are no words. Taylor loved Queen. He loved Stewart Copeland from
The Police. He was the soul of
The whiskey-soaked tones of outlaw country's Cody Jinks
NOT ONLY IS Cody Jinks a prolific songwriter and producer of albums — five in a
two-year span — the Forth Worth,
Explosions in the Sky's debut changed music (and cinema)
Their music can be a storyteller on its own, or it can propel the emotional nuances of a scene with cinematic glory.
The Boss and the near-perfect concert
IN 1979, FEW stars were rising faster than Bruce Springsteen & the E Street
Band. Four years earlier, the band released
Beneath Hole's 'Celebrity Skin'
COURTNEY LOVE HAS been called a lot of things. And we won't send a team down
that rabbit hole. But
Big Brother's trippy sound
THE SAN FRANCISCO Sound became the latest sonic thoroughfare to the 1970s. Led
by bands like The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver
Carry on wayward son: Joe Walsh and the genius of 'So What'
IT'S HARD TO argue with the genius of Joe Walsh. His guitar skills are admired
by the likes of Clapton
Classic Vinyl: Eagles 'Desperado'
PRETTY BOLD FOR Glenn Frey to jump into "concept album" territory for the band's
second release. But what the hell,