A quirky album that doubles as a response to the rise of Punk and New Wave.
What other 1977 album details the singer-songwriter’s feelings for Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show?
The group’s former tour manager on bonding with the band at U.S. landmarks and other cool memories from back in the day.
The Band kept on making memorable music after they stepped out of Bob Dylan’s shadow. The songs ranged widely: from aching heartache to personal diaries to greasy funk. If you’re unfamiliar, or haven’t listened in a while, it’s time to dive (back) in.
Star Child, Dr. Funkenstein, and Sir Nose sure took us on a funky ride in the 1970s.