Richard Marx joins us to talk about his new album Beautiful Goodbye, writing songs with Ringo Starr and why it’s okay to break all of the rules.
Tag Archives: Chicago
A look at seven musicians who overcome serious injury or illness and rose to the creative heights of their profession.
A review of the tribute to Big Star’s “Third” album at Chicago’s Park West
Flashback looks over another of Chicago’s big hits and complains about ‘whatever happened to…’
Could that new Chicago album that can stand tall with their best material finally be coming?
Matt and Jeff speak with Nat Osborn about his terrific new album, The King and the Clown
Taken together Chicago’s catalog is fascinating, frustrating, brilliant and awful all at once. Read on and judge for yourself.
Not a fan of Chicago? You may change your mind after hearing these ten tracks.
Just because a song gets stuck at #3 on the charts doesn’t mean it’s not an all-time great.
Uncle Al and Ministry bid fans adieu for the final time in Chicago at The Vic Theater. Our review comprises this week’s Metal Monday column!
The Blerd13 gets a twofer from Nachtmystium as Blake Judd and Sanford Parker discuss the band’s upcoming album Silencing Machine, touring plans, and being one of the most diverse Black Metal acts around.
Some Gibby action going on in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”
In which this washed-up group of ding dongs lures Dolly Parton into the studio for Mellowmas misery
Today, 4HIM joins us as we learn about Dove Awards, Alabama, and the seasonal joys of homeless adoption
Maybe you aren’t a rock star because your parents weren’t creative enough.
Someone asked for this. We need to find and punish them.
Chris Holmes offers a selection of songs that helped him fall in love with some of his now-favorite artists, such as Randy Newman, Wilco, and Waylon Jennings.
Wanna read about Peter Cetera squealing like a pig? Check out Rob Smith’s review of Chicago’s Live in ’75.