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.
Along Comes The Association
The Association was one of those groundbreaking 60s groups, with their sunshine pop and stellar harmonies. A new book digs into their special legacy.
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.
“If It Wasn’t for You…” Richie Furay
Richie Furay is a founding architect of the Country Rock genre. And contemporaries like Don Henley, Jim Messina, Timothy B. Schmidt and more recognize it. You should too.
Remembering Lines: The Jack Tempchin Interview
This interview gives the backstory on songs like “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone.”(Jack Tempchin sure wrote some amazing tunes for the Eagles, Jackson Browne, and George Jones.)