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Ray Davies Collaborations Album due in November

Ray Davies has been involved in some really interesting projects this year, including European performances with a full choir and orchestra, and an acoustic two-piece showcase tour in the U.S. that highlighted his songwriting over the past 40 years. Plus he’s appeared at many of the music festivals like Glastonbury. Ray Davies’ forthcoming new album […]


Roy Orbison

I like the way his website celebrates his life and his music. Roy Orbison would have celebrated his 74th birthday on April 23rd. Roy Orbison Radio presents a series of in-depth perspectives of the life and the music of “The Big O.” “Only The Lonely” was a favorite song of my Mother’s, so I remember […]


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Concerts

Broadcast on HBO, the four-hour event featured rock and roll royalty; Jeff Beck, John Fogerty, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Aretha Franklin, Simon & Garfunkel, Stevie Wonder, Black Sabbath, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Metallica and U2. The two amazing concerts were held at Madison Square Garden October 29th and 30th, and were just […]


Classic Rock: Music for the Ages

From the early years of Fats Domino and Elvis Presley to Bon Jovi and Radiohead today, rock and roll has a way of keeping up with the times while remaining true to its core. It was the 1950s when Fats Domino burst onto the scene and sold 65 million records.  Pop culture hadn’t seen anything […]


Songs for Oscar

The song “Jai Ho” earned an Oscar for the film Slumdog Millionaire at last night’s 81st Academy Awards. The song’s music was composed by A.R. Rahman, who also won an Oscar for original score for the same film. Also nominated for best song was Peter Gabriel’s “Down to Earth” from the animated film Wall-E. It […]