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Music Review: Don Nix – Living by the Days [Remastered]

A long lost album from the early 1970s finally sees the light of day. Read More »

Interview: Bill Wyman – The Legendary Bassist on The Rhythm Kings (Part Two)

In Part Two, Wyman discusses choosing material, his approach to playing bass, and some of his perceived technical limitations. Read More »

Music Review: Wheeler Brothers – Portraits

An Austin, Texas indie rock band with a strong debut album. Read More »

Music Review: Leon Russell – The Best of Leon Russell

Leon Russell returns with his best of the 1970s. Read More »

Music Review: Leon Russell – The Best of Leon Russell

A new collection of classics from the veteran rocker is a fine, somewhat basic overview of his career. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs & Englishmen: Rarities Edition

Mad Dogs and Englishmen rock on and on and on. Read More »

TV Review: Saturday Night Live – “Elton John; Leon Russell”

Despite Elton John and Tom Hanks, Saturday Night Live delivers one of the weakest episodes in memory. Read More »

The Rockologist On Leon Russell And Elton John

Elton, we get it. You're rich. You're famous. You're gay. But thank you for reaching out to Leon Russell. Read More »

Music Review: Elton John and Leon Russell – The Union

“His music takes me back to one of the most beautiful and fantasic times of my life.” — Elton John speaking of his idol, Leon Russell. Read More »

Music Review: Elton John and Leon Russell – The Union

Elton John and Leon Russell's The Union is a wonderful collaborative effort that should have happened years ago. Read More »