Aaron Neville has had an impressive career with his brothers and as a solo artist but his biggest hit came in 1966
Jason Bonham checks in with the podcast to talk about working with Phil Collins, Sammy Hagar, the 2007 Led Zeppelin reunion and his current tour with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience.
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.
Today in “Legendary,” Kate has one thing on her mind, and Brian has too many.
Last April, Eric Clapton held the latest installment of the Crossroads Guitar Festival at New York’s Madison Square Garden. We’ve teamed up with Rhino to give away a 2-Blu-ray/2-CD combo…
It’s Friday! Friday! Friday! Time to shuffle up and deal out another Friday Five.
Remember the band Player? Sure you do…and even if you think you don’t, it’ll only take three words to remind you who they are: “Baby Come Back.” That’s not by…
Imagine a year when the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame nominees are announced and everyone shut up? Well, that’ll never happen, but most people seem fairly cool with this year’s inducted artists, who were announced by Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers at a press conference yesterday. Let’s take a quick look at this year’s nominees-who will officially be inducted next spring. Albert King: One of two posthumous honorees (he died in ’92,) blues guitarist King didn’t have […]
Jennifer Love Hewitt and Nancy Wilson in the same post. Helloooooo Ladies!
When people like me gripe about artists left out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Heart is one of the first bands we mention. As the first superstar…
Johnny B’s finally back with some reviews of recent comics and graphic novels, including Paul Grist’s Mudman!
When Scottish cock rockers Nazareth slowed things down to play “Love Hurts,” the whole world slowed with them. Rob Smith pays tribute in this week’s Death by Power Ballad.
Dave Steed features more rock songs that had their 15 minutes of fame in the ’80s and the smokin’ hot Nancy Wilson.
For the kids of my generation, Heart was just another source of power ballads — sort of a slightly more hairsprayed and corseted version of Starship or Chicago — and…
Danger! Scott Malchus has been struck by HIGH VOLTAGE in this week’s Basement Songs column!
Singer Ann Wilson powered Heart’s power ballad “Alone.” Rob Smith pays tribute to the song and the voice in this week’s Death by Power Ballad, at Popdose.com.
Rob Smith ponders the connection between reality TV and Alias’ classic power ballad “More than Words Can Say” in this week’s Death by Power Ballad.
Almost two decades after being cruelly shorn from John Oates’ lip, one of the most famous mustaches in history has struck out on its own. In a Popdose Interview not for the faint of heart, we probe the hairy mind of the one and only J-Stache.
I’m not much of a believer in band reunions — they seldom result in any output that actually improves the band’s legacy, and often have just the opposite effect. Still,…
Last week in my intro I talked about De La Soul dropping their biggest hit song all the way down at track 20 on their debut album, 3 Feet High…