YES release box set: “From a Page”.

Progressive pioneers YES have just released their latest project, a box set entitled "From a Page -Studio tracks plus - In The Present: Live from Lyon". The welcome addition to their catalog includes all the prerequisites including new artwork from Roger Dean. The package consists of two parts, their live album "Live from Lyon" was [...]

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Kenny Hickey set to release Silvertomb: Edge of Existence.

With the sad passing of Peter Steele in 2010, the groundbreaking Type O Negative was all but finished. As cornerstones of that act, Kenny Hickey and Johnny Kelly went on to form the Doom Metal outfit Seventh Void. As time went on, Hickey began writing material that he felt called for a bit more orchestrated [...]

Mike Keneally ‘splains the…

Mike Keneally got his career off to an ambitious start when, after playing Top 40 covers he was thrust into “expert level”. Mike was selected to join Frank Zappa in 1987 on both guitar and keyboards. From there his unique, quirky style and impressive chops saw him contributing to a plethora of other musician’s work. [...]

Mitch Malloy reacts to Van Halen’s disastrous 1996 “comeback” with David Lee Roth.

In 1996, during the MTV video music awards an astonishing thing happened. To present an award for artist Beck, the mighty Van Halen was introduced to do the honors. As Eddie, Alex and Michael walked out from behind the curtain, just behind them appeared a familiar form. David Lee Roth sauntered onstage with his long-estranged [...]

10 ? with Barry Richman. A peek at an Atlanta legend.

Hailing originally from New York, guitarist Barry Richman moved at a fairly young age to Atlanta, GA. The son of renowned tenor saxophonist Abraham "Boomie" Richman, Barry was brought up exposed to both music and musicians. Gravitating to guitar after being enthralled by the British Invasion and captivated by Jimi Hendrix, Richman began a life [...]