Todd Rundgren Discusses His New Memoir, ‘The Individualist’ (The Interview)

Todd Rundgren Discusses His New Memoir, ‘The Individualist’ (The Interview)

Todd Rundgren (Photo: Jean Lannen) Todd Rundgren’s long awaited autobiography The Individualist bears a title apt for a musical iconoclast who has steered his 50 year career with stubborn independence and uncompromising artistic vision, battling the “Blue Meanies” of the music industry. His brilliant new book carves an illuminating window into the psyche of one of […]

Steve Hackett Previews New Album ‘At the Edge of Light’ with ‘Underground Railroad’ — Listen

Steve Hackett Previews New Album ‘At the Edge of Light’ with ‘Underground Railroad’ — Listen

On January 25, legendary guitarist Steve Hackett will release At the Edge of Light, a new album that serves as the follow-up to 2016’s The Night Siren. The former Genesis guitarist announced the new record in late October, and on Friday he previewed it with a dramatic track titled “Underground Railroad.” Take a listen: Said […]

Steve Hackett on Genesis, the Beatles, ‘The Night Siren’ and Music’s Ability to Inspire Change

Steve Hackett on Genesis, the Beatles, ‘The Night Siren’ and Music’s Ability to Inspire Change

Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett returns with a new studio album, The Night Siren, on March 24. Joining forces with a multi-cultural assemblage of musicians from around the globe, the album’s theme is timelier than ever given the political/cultural upheaval in America and around the world. “This latest waxing represents a bird’s eye view of […]

New from Steve Hackett: Stream ‘The Skeleton Gallery,’ Off His Upcoming Album ‘The Night Siren’

New from Steve Hackett: Stream ‘The Skeleton Gallery,’ Off His Upcoming Album ‘The Night Siren’

Guitarist/songwriter Steve Hackett, known for his work with Genesis and as a prolific solo artist, has a new album coming out in March. Titled The Night Siren, we spotlighted the album when it was announced back in December. On Friday, Hackett premiered a song from the collection, a powerful composition titled “The Skeleton Gallery” — […]

Carl Palmer on the Legacy of Emerson, Lake and Palmer (Q&A)

Carl Palmer on the Legacy of Emerson, Lake and Palmer (Q&A)

Between 1970 -1973 with the studio albums Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Trilogy, Tarkus and Brain Salad Surgery, ELP created some of prog rock’s most seminal and enduring music with their battalions of musically adventurous material framed by world class musicianship and the powerful vocals of bassist Greg Lake. Now with the band’s catalog being reissued as special […]

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