A Tribute To These “Lyin’ Eyes…” As the music world mourns the loss of founding Eagles member Glenn Frey, great stories are emerging about some of the songs he wrote. My friend Alison Martino shared one of the best: a… Read More ›
“It came in a vision – a man appeared on a flaming pie and said unto them, ‘from this day on you are Beatles with an A.’ ” And with those words, John Lennon gave Paul McCartney the title to… Read More ›
“Jungle Love!” Steve Miller “Flies Like An Eagle”! All The Greatest 70’s Music! ELO! Supertramp! Steely Dan! Todd Rundgren!
time to celebrate some of the greatest musical Artists of the 70’s! Time To Celebrate “The Joker!” It’s one of the most iconic songs of the 1970’s, Steve Miller’s “The Joker.” It’s a wild album cover, and clearly the inspiration… Read More ›
The Two Faces Of The Doobie Brothers! I want to celebrate one of the best classic rock bands of the 70’s….who also happened to be one of the best r’n’b bands of the 80’s! Here’s a look at a classic… Read More ›
Supertramp Forever! Supertramp fans rejoice! The band is on tour again! More on that in a moment, but first, let’s look at some of the most beautifully produced progressive pop music of the 70’s! Supertramp was formed in 1970, with… Read More ›
“What good is a windmill when there’s no Quixote left to fight?” That is a great line from the beautiful song “Walls And Doors” from Jackson Browne’s new CD, “Standing In The Breach”… I love Jackson Browne’s music, and he… Read More ›
In 1977, Stevie Wonder won this third “Album Of The Year” award – previously winning for his prior two albums in 1974 and 1975 – for his brilliant “Songs In The Key Of Life” – and I got to see… Read More ›