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In Praise of the Wolf: Steppenwolf for a New Generation


Steppenwolf was a hard-driving '60s band that younger generations should explore beyond the hits. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘A Steady Rain’ by Keith Huff


The Broadway hit makes its Los Angeles debut in an excellent production at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. Read More »

Music DVD Reviews: Pentagram – When The Screams Come; Johnny Winter – Live at Rockpalast; Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour ’74

Music DVD Roundup: Some fine rock music DVDs have been released in the last few months. Included here are three of the best. Read More »

Steppenwolf Steps Away from the “Wild” Side in 1968’s Powerful “The Pusher”

Although most famous for "Born to be Wild," Steppenwolf recorded other groundbreaking songs, such as this underrated classic. Read More »

Music Review: Bob Mintzer – Canyon Cove

“The sound of the Hammond B3 was and is so rich in overtone, and has the ability to sound like a much larger ensemble while maintaining the intimacy of a small band.” — Bob Mintzer Read More »

Music Review: Svanfridur – What’s Hidden There?, Odmenn – Odmenn, Trubrot – Trubrot

Decades before Bjork appeared, there were some truly outstanding bands in Iceland, just waiting to be heard. Read More »

Theater Review (Chicago): The Tempest by William Shakespeare at Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf's new take on the Shakespeare classic embodies the spirit of imagination, and re-imagination. Read More »