Guitars Riffs To Die For

It kicks off April 20th at Jazz Fest in Berlin and criss-crosses the country until early July. "This last tour with Caravan was all arenas," Simmons says. "This one, I'm playing a lot of 4,000-seat theaters. We're also doing a couple of festival and things just to make enough money to play the smaller theaters." Hits on hits... Simm... Read More

A Rock Show For The Ages

It's a rainy Thursday in early April, and Kevin Aldritch has posted up at one of his favorite places in New York, a luxuriant hotel owned by Robert De Niro. "I love sitting here in this courtyard," he says, gesturing through a window at a favored spot that the bad weather is keeping him from. "Usually when you sit here, you sit outside, but ... Read More

Lucky Sevens Tour Stop

A number of international and European names are added to the program. From the USA comes the new country name Virgo Price and the two Americana songwriters Kathleen Baker & Jeffrey Alman. From New Orleans the festival once again gets a visit from funky Queen Jones & The Harmonics, and from the USA / Canada comes Stan Miller & Anita ... Read More

Rocks Greatest Tribute Band

It was not his only performance of the night. Earlier in the show, the show's host called Waters to the stage to help sing a very different number. "As a North Carolinian, I've spent many a night in a Waffle House," began Colbert, who went on to explain his dream of landing a waffle-centric country song on a tabletop jukebox at Waffle ... Read More

Venue Presents The Culprits

John, Charlie and Rick provide Ten Moments of Silence, with a more earthy, bluesy sound, and ingenious lyrics from Rodgers / Hammond. Released seven years after Road to Babylon this was the longest wait for a studio album in the band’s career. It is reminiscent of earlier, rootsier albums and a departure from the big sounding, more ... Read More