Passengers on board the recent Kiss Kruise had a chance to lob a few questions at the legendary band’s manager last month, and inevitably their exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame came up. Doc McGhee didn’t dance around the subject. If the band is nominated for 2013 it won’t be because he’s saying all the right things.
The Who guitarist Pete Townshend would like to see digital retailer iTunes do more to help artists, especially new artists. During the inaugural John Peel Lecture on Monday night Townshend, as promised, questioned if music could survive the cyber world.
Former Journey frontman Steve Perry is going to be recording new music soon, but it won’t be with his old bandmates. The singer says he’s working on a solo album, but it’s been a challenging process since he’s been out of the music business for so long.
Keith Richards didn’t think he’d live this long either. In an recent interview the Rolling Stones‘ guitarist agrees with the New Yorker book reviewer’s assessment that he hasn’t paid the price for knowing life’s every pleasure.
One of the more important behind-the-scenes men of rock ‘n’ roll died Thursday morning. Barry Feinstein, a photographer best known for iconic album covers, passed away at the age of 80 in northern New York. The Associated Press reports that he had been hospitalized with an infection.
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