After five albums and numerous subsequent concert tours, one would think the Cowboy Junkies might have learned how to breathe some excitement into their show.
Craig Chaquico's first show in Los Angeles since his long stint as guitarist in Jefferson Starship was triumphant.
Those who think older bands can't rock haven't seen the Scorpions lately. The German band has definitely ridden out the roller coaster of the rock 'n' roll business and, after 21 years, has lost…
After years of being told, "That girl and her piano aren't going to make it," and a failed debut record ("Y Kant Tori Read") that seemed to confirm that theory, a devastated Tori Amos slowly crawled…
"We never wanted to be a one-dimensional rock band," said Jerry Cantrell, guitarist for Alice in Chains. "I couldn't see parroting ourselves for 10 years."
Nirvana has been credited with awakening a dormant rock 'n' roll market and inspiring a new subculture, fashion and musical category, grunge. But the band was not quite so inspiring this night at the…
As of Tuesday, the opening night of Meat Loaf's U.S. comeback tour, "Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell," his debut album on MCA, had sold more than 2 million copies in just eight weeks. "I'd Do…
Politics, some say, flatten the verve of entertainment, but not in Midnight Oil's case. Playing in support of its new Columbia album "Earth and Sun and Moon ," the Australian band kept concertgoers…
Duran Duran is back on tour after four years, and musically it's stronger than ever. The concert, which sold out in just 18 minutes, was filled with a long string of hits, keeping the audience on its…
Johnny Clegg and Savuka (Zulu for "we have risen"), touring in support of their fifth Capitol Records release, "Heat, Dust & Dreams," lived up to their reputation as expert showmen.