Queen drummer Roger Taylor release his fifth studio album. ‘Fun on Earth’ is one of Taylor’s most exciting and accomplished pieces of work to date. Recorded at Priory Studios, Surrey, the 13 track album is a triumphant display of superior musicianship showcasing Taylor at his vocal best.
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Beyond the 4 Walls is the praiseful mix of gospel, blues, rock, jazz and soul. It’s a big sound, with the three brothers joined by Phil’s son Carlton on drums, bassist Daric Bennett and singers Denise Brown and Tiffany Godette. The very name of the album — Beyond the 4 Walls — defines the battle. The Campbells are taking the music outside the walls of the House of God, with the deepest of American roots music that slyly nudges its way into the pop-culture subconscious. Listen to the mournful blues of “Mama’s Gone,” written by Phil and sung by the lap-steel guitarist Darick: Chuck’s shimmering pedal-steel guitar line early on is an echo of the intro to Hendrix’s “Foxy Lady,” a song The Slide Brothers played while on the Experience Hendrix Tour.
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In honor of the eternal hipster himself, dozens of stars appeared on stage to celebrate Dan Hicks’ 70th birthday! A sold-out crowd at San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall enjoyed an incredible evening featuring guest appearances by Rickie Lee Jones, Harry Shearer, Maria Muldaur, Van Dyke Parks, Tuck and Patti, John Hammond, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, and many others.
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Cliff Richard returns to his rockin’ roots for his 100th album The Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll Songbook. This new studio album features a collection of Rock ‘n’ Roll classics, including Johnny B. Goode, Wake Up Little Susie, Dream Lover and Stood Up. The album was recorded live at the Blackbird Studios and The Parlor in Nashville, Tennessee, and is Cliff Richard’s tribute to the greats of Rock ‘n’ Roll who inspired and influenced him, such as Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly.