They have plenty of back bacon and all three members of Rush, but up until now, Canadian residents have been deprived of seeing John Fogerty perform entire Creedence Clearwater Revival albums in person. This September, that will all change when Fogerty takes his rather heftily titled tour, Wrote a Song for Everyone: John Fogerty Performs Live! The Albums of Creedence Clearwater Revival, to the Great White North for a 16-show string of dates.
Over the last 50-plus years, the only constant in Neil Young‘s career has been change — he’s dabbled in a dizzying array of genres, frequently swapping personnel along the way. It’s happened so often, in fact, that one of Young’s oddest forays is also one of his least well-known: his early stint as the guitarist in the Mynah Birds, a Canadian band featuring funk star Rick ‘Superfreak’ James.
It’s already been covered by everyone from Boy George to Carrie Underwood, but what’s one more version of ‘Go Your Own Way’ between friends, right? The Head & the Heart stopped by the AV Club this week to take part in the site’s long-running Undercover series, and decided to add their own spin to the Fleetwood Mac classic first released on 1977′s ‘Rumours.’
It isn’t every day someone names a movie after one of your songs — much less a movie starring Sean Penn in drag. So when former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne got the call to do soundtrack work for ‘This Must Be the Place,’ there was really only one answer he could give.
Like it or not, worldwide fame (or infamy) is now only a viral video away from any one of us — and once you’ve attained that fame, it can be hard to let it go and return to your ordinary life. Case in point: Robert Wilkinson, the man whose marvelously drunken rendition of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ delivered in the back of a Canadian cop car, made him a social media superstar last week.
It wouldn’t be a new Aerosmith album without a media event, and the band obliged yesterday (March 28) by turning out to talk about its upcoming tour — and first album of original material in over a decade — on a stage erected outside a Los Angeles mall.
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