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The New Riders of The Purple Sage: Thanksgiving in New York City

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As preserved on Thanksgiving In New York City, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage were far more than just a mere offshoot of the Grateful Dead. Initially born in the folk surge of the late Sixties as the latter band's titular leader, Jerry Garcia, initially worked and learned with future NRPS chief songwriter John “Marmaduke" ...

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Eagles: Hotel California: 40th Anniversary Expanded Edition

Read "Hotel California: 40th Anniversary Expanded Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

Anyone inclined to cast aspersion on the integrity of the Eagles might well avail themselves of the 40th Anniversary Expanded Edition of Hotel California and go straight to the concert content on the second of the two CD's. Roughly forty-five minutes in duration, the ten tracks recorded live at the Los Angeles Forum in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Steve Miller Band: Ultimate Hits

Read "Ultimate Hits" reviewed by Doug Collette

In the near fifty years since the release of his debut album Children of the Future (Capitol, 1968)-produced by Glyn Johns prior to his work with the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who and the Eagles-Steve Miller has issued his share of anthologies, including one by that very title. Compiled and produced by the artist himself, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jack Tempchin: Peaceful Easy Feeling: The Songs of Jack Tempchin

Read "Peaceful Easy Feeling: The Songs of Jack Tempchin" reviewed by Doug Collette

With Peaceful Easy Feeling: The Songs of Jack Tempchin, the singer/songwriter reaffirms his own strengths as an artist at the same time he fashions a heartfelt tribute to his frequent and long-time collaborator, the late Glenn Frey of the Eagles Conceived and executed in much the same stripped-down style as One More Song (Blue Elan, 2016), ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Easy Star Records Releases Cas Haley's "La Si Dah"

Easy Star Records Releases Cas Haley's  "La Si Dah"

When Cas Haley set out to make the follow-up to his successful 2010 release Connection, one thing drove him in the writing and planning for the sessions. “I kept thinking,” says the Paris, TX-based singer/songwriter, “if I died tomorrow, and my kids had only one musical statement through which to know me, what would I want ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

The Eagles Close out Their Hollywood Bowl Run

The Eagles Close out Their Hollywood Bowl Run

On Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, Glenn Frey welcomed Eagles fans to the final show of the bands three-night stand there with a bit of sly self-deprecation. We are the ancient ones, he said. And this is the Eagles assisted-living tour. As lines go, its a good one, and it drew sympathetic laughs from an ...


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