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Music Review: Rod Stewart – Box Set of First Five Albums (1969-1974)

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The vinyl box set of Rod Stewart's first five albums is a must-have for all of Stewart's many fans. Read More »

I Shall Be Released: New Recordings and Tours from David Guetta, Wu-Tang Clan, Placido Domingo, Wiz Khalifa, Jeff Beck and More

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Plus a new children's holiday album from Farmer Jason (of Jason and the Scorchers), a concert DVD from Depeche Mode, and a reissued lost classic from The Byrds' Gene Clark. Read More »

Music Review: Long John Baldry – ‘The Best of the Stony Plain Years’


Stony Plain Records' compilation of choice cuts from Long John Baldry are an affordable introduction to the British blues legend's latter-day work. Read More »

Rod Stewart & Santana: ‘The Voice, The Guitar, The Songs’ Tour Begins 5/23/14

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The two legends will play 18 cities across North America, May 23 to August 20. Read More »

Book Review: Alana Stewart’s Rearview Mirror


A compelling story of success and emotional abuse. Read More »

Music Review: James Morrison – The Awakening

With his third LP, the British singer/songwriter delivers his most rewarding effort to date. Read More »

Book Review: And on Piano … Nicky Hopkins: The Extraordinary Life of Rock’s Greatest Session Man by Julian Dawson

"Nicky was a piano player of extraordinary, indeed, supernatural ability." Read More »

Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart: Recording Together Again, After Too Many Years Apart

Guitarist and Singer Are Reportedly Working on Tracks for a New Album. Read More »

Music Review: Rod Stewart – Fly Me To the Moon…The Great American Songbook Volume V

Fans of the series are bound to enjoy the final chapter. Read More »

Music Review: The Black Crowes – Croweology

The new, acoustic versions of Black Crowes songs on Croweology sum up the band's history. Read More »