In Defense of The Eagles’ “The Long Run”
When “The Long Run” came out, Eagles fans had high hopes. On its release, there were mixed reviews. But it’s held up better than expected.
The One-Hit Wonder File: “Romeo’s Tune”
During club gigs, Steve Forbert performed this song even though it wasn’t on his album. Soon, he realized he might have a hit on his hands.
Bill Kirchen Celebrates “The Proper Years”
Bill Kirchen’s smokin’ guitar work on the 70s classic, “Hot Rod Lincoln” is his best-known. But 50 years on, it’s far from his only stellar performance.
Back on the Bus with Stillwater: “Almost Famous” at 20
“Almost Famous” is one of the best rock movies ever. A new podcast celebrates 20 years of Penny Lane, golden gods and 70s rock life.
The One-Hit Wonder File: “Hold Your Head Up”
It’s one of the most iconic songs of the 70s. Here’s the backstory on “Hold Your Head Up” by Argent and how it evolved from The Zombies.