The Faces: The Original Punks
The addition of Rod Stewart helped morph Small Faces Into Faces, one of the most interesting, outrageous bands out of Britain.
The Hidden Gems in “Earl’s Closet”
Earl McGrath isn’t a name you hear much of in rock — but he had a bigger influence than you know. “Earl’s Closet” is proof-positive.
When Wayne Perkins Picked…and Perked
Guitarist Wayne Perkins has left his distinctive sound on albums by the Stones, Joni Mitchell, Bob Marley and more. And he has great stories!
Rip This Joint: “Exile On Main Street” At 50
Fifty years ago, the Stones released “Exile On Main Street.” Mick described it as “runaway outlaws using the blues as a weapon.” We concur.
Raise A Glass to These Jukebox Classics
When you’re out enjoying a pint, music is necessary. These five songs will be enjoyed by everyone from one end of the bar to the other.