Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Illustrator Has Never Met Elton John

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Illustrator Has Never Met Elton John (4) “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” was the second album I ever bought. The First was Elton’s “Madman Across The Water.” There was a lot of real estate on this album. The inside gatefold was amazingly done David Larkham, Michael Ross […]

Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Cancels 2018 Solo Tour Following Backstage Collapse

Joe Perry Cancels Fall Solo Tour Following Backstage Collapse The good news is he’s OK. It was just 10 days ago when Perry got on stage with Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden when he collapsed after leaving the stage. His solo tour was going to start next week but […]

The Rolling Stones Announce 2019 ‘No Filter’ U.S. Stadium Tour

The Rolling Stones Announce 2019 ‘No Filter’ U.S. Stadium Tour by John Beaudin The classic bands new tour will hit 13 cities in 2019 beginning in April You will have 13 chances to see the Stones in the U.S. Next year. This tour kicks off April 20th at the Hard […]

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew On The Day They Lost Drummer Darrell Sweet

Pete Agnew Of Nazareth On The Day Drummer Darrell Sweet Died (#3) I am a big Nazareth fan. For me it started with their third album “Razamanaz” from 1973 that was produced by Deep Purple’s Roger Glover. He also produced “Loud ‘n’ Proud” and co-produced “Rampant” with Nazareth guitarist guitarist […]

Why Ian Beck Turned Down the Who’s Quadrophenia Album Cover

Was it one of those projects that got away? Everyone has at least half a dozen of those. Elton John Illustrator explains why he had to pass on the Who’s classic concept album “Quadrophenia.” Why Ian Beck Turned Down the Who’s Quadrophenia Album Cover (3) Click on this link for […]

Ian Beck Talks About the Reaction to the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Album Cover

Ian Beck Talks About the Reaction to the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Cover (2) November 10, 208 – 6:00 MSD – Ian Beck has had a long career as an painter, Children’s Illustrator and author. He’s also responsible for one of the most iconic album covers of all time – […]

Iron Maiden Ready To Bring “Legacy of the Beast” Tour To North America

Iron Maiden Ready To Bring “Legacy of the Beast” Tour To North America They did it in Europe now the tour comes to this side of the pond with 34-dates announced for the summer of 2019. The tour kicks off in Sunrise, Fla.on July 18thuntil Sept. 25thin San Antonio, Texas. […]

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew On 1975 & The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts

Nazareth’s Pete Agnew Remembers The Big Ones Hair Of The Dog & Love Hurts (#2) Nazareth was a big band before 1975 but the “Hair of the Dog” album with the title song and “Love Hurts” changed things. Pete Agnew and I talked about that. (Clip 008) Nazareth has just […]

Steve Hackett announces release of new studio album ‘At The Edge Of Light’

Steve Hackett announces release of new studio album ‘At The Edge Of Light’ Following the tremendous success of 2017’s ‘The Night Siren’ (charted at #22 in Germany, #28 in the UK), legendary former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett announces the release of his new studio album ‘At The Edge Of Light’ on the […]

Henry Gross: How His Biggest Hit “Shannon” Once Backfired On Him & That Famous Casey Kasem Dedication

Henry Gross Remember How His Biggest Hit “Shannon” Once Backfired On Him (#1) This is part one of our series on Henry Gross a gifter guitarist who played Woodstock at 18 as a member of Sha Na Na. Anyone growing up in the 70’s has heard his biggest hit “Shannon’ […]