When I first reach Mr. Khan, he's somewhere in Florida, time zone unknown to him.
King Khan: Do you know Chuck Berry?
Roy Kasten: I've met him once. Do you want me to pass on a message?
King Khan: Yeah. Tell him to come to our show.
I didn't have the heart to say it: There have been nights whe ... More >>
Parrotheads in action. Photo by Kristie McClanahanEven if you've never been, a Jimmy Buffett show is pretty much exactly what you think it will be: Otherwise normal people swishing around in raffia skirts -- friendly, if a little unsteady on their feet, but doing a decent job of not spilling ... More >>
Jon GitchoffDestroyer's Dan BejarA few years have passed since the last Destroyer date in St. Louis, 2008 if memory serves, during the exquisite tour for the Trouble in Dreams album. Dan Bejar, the band's singer and songwriter, did saunter on and off stage during the New Pornographers' 2010 a ... More >>
courtesy of The percussive power of legendary E. Street Band drummer Max Weinberg provides the backbone for an endless soundtrack of Bruce Springsteen classics, the results of a creative partnership that's spanned nearly 40 years. In the early '90s, Weinberg was introduced to a whole new gene ... More >>
A short week didn't stop the news -- here are the top ten most-read posts, May 25-31.Video: I'm So Sorry Mr. Policeman For Saying You Were Getting Blowjobs in the BathroomOkay, so that headline ain't exactly a direct quote. But it's more or
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An exciting email passed my way this week, news that the catalog of I.R.S. Records -- the label known for bringing R.E.M., the Go-Go's, Oingo Boingo and a ton more '80s and '90s acts to the masses -- will be available digitally for the first time. Says the press release:Beginning February 10 and con ... More >>