We lead off the Show with a real Barn Burner from the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert held at London’s O2 Arena in December 2007.
Led Zeppelin had been locked in to a creative groove during their first two tours of the States and would book studio time in whatever City they happened to be in during the Summer of ’69 (*spare me the Bryan Adams references, thank you.)
Tonight, I’ll start the show with, what was, a Zeppelin rarity, “Baby Come on Home.” Originally recorded during sessions for the first Album. Jimmy Page gave it the working title of “Tribute to Bert Berns”, in honour of the American songwriter and producer who had died the year before.
Kenny would like to honor the late bass player of The Who the only way he knows how – by rocking.
One of the iconic pieces of background scenery in then-21st century Hill Valley was the giant holographic shark coming out of the movie theater, advertising Jaws 19.
Blue Oyster Cult’s Eric Bloom joined Kenny Young Thursday morning before the band’s concert in Boston. Check out the full interview.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon is a busy guy. In addition to touring across the globe with Journey, he just released his new solo album “Vortex”. He detailed the new albuma nd laid out his future plans in a new interview with Kenny Young.
The calendar is about to turn to May, which means three things: The weather is warming up. Most of us are switching to iced coffee. Summer concert season is kicking off! We’re most excited about […]
This U.K.-based artist painted her face to look like classic album covers for the past two Record Store Days. Here’s a selection of some of the famous classic rock albums she’s done.
AC/DC can still bring the thunder – as evidenced by their headlining performance at Coachella 2015 in California. Check out the video highlights!