The route to the Dukes of the Orient debut is complex, but the album is not.
Three musicians – one similar turning point.
Classic rock — and those who love them — get covered with reviews of Aisles, Bubble Gum Orchestra, The Beach Boys, Journey, Toto, Mecca, and Meat Loaf.
We talk with legendary guitarist Steve Lukather about Toto’s upcoming summer tour and the band’s plans for their 40th anniversary.
A record born of obligation turns into a career-defining effort.
Three bands tied directly or indirectly to legacies are releasing new albums roughly at the same time. What do their lead singles indicate?
Reunions are the Hostess cakes of the music world — they often sound like a treat, but by the time they’re finished, you’re left feeling dissatisfied and a little unclean….
Eric Martin stops by the Popdose Lounge to talk about his acoustic tour, possible new music from Mr. Big & his memories of working with Toto.
A founding member of Little Feat stops by the Radio Hour to discuss his distinguished career and new solo tour
A super-sized fun-pak to round out Disc 3! #16 Bertie Higgins, ”Key Largo” (1982) Billboard Top Ten; #1 adult contemporary. [youtube id=”Ru2tsT32pHA” width=”600″ height=”350″] Jon Cummings — My secret shame:…
Popdose takes a brief overview beyond the yellow brick road.
It’s 1979! That also means it’s the final year of our look at the AM Gold series.
Southern rock’s studio pros make their finest record.
It’s bad enough to lose your job, but this is just insulting.
Sometimes it’s just better to stay mellow.
Bottom Feeders continues on with the letter T featuring Mr. Townshend, Toto and even Tin Machine.
Critics hung a soft-rock stone around their necks after the success of tunes like “I Won’t Hold You Back,” “99” and “I’ll Be Over You.” But Toto was never so…
In which two of Toto’s many former lead singers wish you a very merry Mellowmas — or a maudlin, senselessly overblown one, whichever comes first.
Just in case your holidays weren’t bland enough, Train and Coca-Cola have joined forces to “shake” them “up.”
Join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton for a fantastic discussion about Drooling Fanaticism with special guest Steve Almond, author of the book Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life. It’s all in Episode 9 of the Popdose Podcast!
We’re smack dab in the middle of the letter T in this week’s Bottom Feeders, and you know what that means: You can New Jack Swing on Dave Steed’s nuts.
Join us for Episode 6 of the Popdose Podcast, where Jeff Giles, Dave Lifton and Jason Hare celebrate Black History Month in their own unique way — featuring very special guest Mike Heyliger!
Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton return for more irreverent conversation on music, movies and Michael McDonald — all in this very special bonus episode of the Popdose Podcast!
Remember that mixtape from last week? One hundred Beatles covers? That thing was EPIC! It was freaking magnificent! Yup… That was… really something. Well, then. Midnight Oil – Under The…
Four years ago GRP/Verve released Best of George Benson Live, recorded at a concert the veteran jazz guitarist and singer gave in Belfast, Ireland, in 2000. The set drew mainly…
Jason Hare takes a look at some of Michael Jackson’s most (and least) memorable tracks to grace the Top 10 on this week’s CHART ATTACK!
Four songs from movie soundtracks! Two videos set in courtrooms! One cat sitting on Peter Cetera’s face! It’s all in Jason Hare’s latest installment of CHART ATTACK!
Welcome back to CHART ATTACK!, all new for 2009! This year we’ll be doing much like we’ve done in the past: ripping apart Billboard Top 10 charts for years ranging…
I love rooting for the underdog. In almost any scenario, whether it’s sports or politics or just plain real life, I root for the little guy. This means I’m frequently…