The great Canadian guitarist shares her thoughts on love in an excerpt from her new autobiography, No Remedy for Love.
Emil Gilels was hounded to his death by his KGB brother-in-law, who also spied on Mstislav Rostropovich.
Taking to social media in the wee small hours, the author of hits like 'Wichita Lineman', 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' and 'Galveston' wrote the following:
The goal of CanCon laws were both to protect Canadian culture and to promote our own unique culture. If we copy what radio is doing in the US, we’re doing very little to help promote and protect Canadian culture.
A walk down memory lane, a shuffle with the legends and true grit from Gallagher's upcoming memoir due to be published sometime soon.
Vinyl junkies ain't got nothing on the wildly obsessive, secretive and idiosyncratic collectors of 78s. These serious collectors are akin to crusaders in search of the Holy Grail.
Next time you hear blues-rock, just remember the origins of these workingman songs
Rebellion has a funny way of landing artists in the circles they set out to escape...
The Tank, as everyone calls it, still looms over Rangely in rusty majesty, looking a bit like Devil's Tower.
Streaming is fueling a metamorphosis of the music business...
In the post-historical period there will be neither art nor philosophy, just the perpetual caretaking of the museum of human history.
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll will always have problems like sexual assault, violence and rebellion intrinsically related to them