While Hood and Cooley have been fronting the Drive-By Truckers for nearly two decades, they rarely perform as an acoustic duo. But that’s exactly what they did in New York City this past weekend, for a special show promoting the group’s latest album, “English Oceans.”
Their 18-date North American trek will kick off on May 23 in Albany, New York, making stops along the way in St. Louis, Washington, DC and Louisville, KY.
Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.
“I think we have got much more of a chance of getting the Faces back together, in fact, Ronnie [Wood]‘s office is talking to my people, and we’re ear-marking 2015.”
For years, surviving members of the Faces — guitarist Ron Wood, keyboardist Ian McLagan and drummer Kenney Jones — have been hoping for Rod Stewart to sign on for a reunion tour. In the meantime, […]
Rod Stewart has announced that he’s extended his residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and will return with his hits-filled show for two more years beginning this fall.
A solid year for country music on the charts continues this week, as Lady Antebellum takes the top spot on the Billboard 200 album chart.
This week, May 6 – 11, some exciting prospects with UK acts James Blake and Emeli Sandé, 98 Degrees hit the stage behind their first album in ten years. While Lady A take up two slots on Fallon.
We spoke to Little Steven about a few things on his agenda, including his recent hiatus from E Street Band, the Rascals’ reunion shows and his picks for future Rock Hall inductions.
The clip plays like the perfect rom-com montage with scenes of the loving couple flying a kite, taking candid Polaroids riding in wheelbarrows and playing with their food. And let’s not forget the ubiquitous slow dancing scene.
While Stewart’s last seven albums have been tributes to some of the best music ever released, including five volumes dedicated to the American Songbook, his latest proves he’s not too old to rock.