The Sir Douglas Quintet, Augie Meyers, and Joe “King” Carrasco have spiced up Tex-Mex music over the years. How international is its appeal? Well, some of its practitioners are British!
Greg Lake, John Oates, T-Boz, and John McEuen offer juicy insights to the “rock star”life. But you know what? Their autobiographies are also packed with touching memories and surprising wisdom.
This unbeatable bass player has over four decades of experience (including a star-making stint with Miles Davis) and his current album “Laid Black” illustrates how Marcus Miller is always pushing things to next-level genius.
From Journey to the Eagles to Boston to Styx, these classic rock bands have replaced iconic lead singers with talent equally (or at least nearly) as worthy of justifying a concert ticket.
In concert, Chrissie Hynde and company don’t disappoint; at a recent concert, their set sampled from the in-your-face punk of the first album through the wiser-but-edgy latest release “Alone.” The Pretenders are as fearless as ever.