A new fan-centric anthology, “Me and the Starman,” reflects on the legacy of David Bowie.
Scotland’s The Pearlfishers have a sound that devoted fans have compared to Brian Wilson’s best work. That’s just one reason why you need to check them out (if you haven’t already).
Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench of the Heartbreakers have curated a fabulous collection of unknown Tom Petty tunes. (His daughter approves.)
You know the hits of Hall & Oates. Now get to know less well-known albums such as “Beauty on a Back Street,” “Bigger Than Both of Us,” and “Along the Red Ledge.”
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.