Posts Tagged ‘Jimmy Page’

By Hans Ebert Word is that James Taylor is performing in Hong Kong next month and that drummer Steve Gadd will be part of his backup band. Guess so. Musician friends are looking forward to the gig and have taken it for granted that I’ll be there. But I’m not too sure I will as [...]

By Hans Ebert We’ve come to a point where we’re scared to make music. Over the last few years, those of us who even dabble in music in the wild hope of, not being rich, because there really is no money in producing music, but for the satisfaction of being involved in a hit record, [...]

By Hans Ebert There’s no other way to put it: We’re all going to die, some before others. And as we face mortality, we start making changes and finalising plans- the obituary, the funeral, how and where you want to lay your weary head, who you want to be beside you, what you want to [...]

There’s a kind of hush and mush and beatz and paddling upstream all the time with Tidal, Spotify, and now Apple, but nowhere are their the Rock Guitar Gods who once strode across the world with the brontosaurus stomp of their They Ain’t Heavy They’re Our Brothers Bands with names like Led Zeppelin, Vanilla Fudge, [...]

(Source: Spaghetti Gazetti) We were taking a break during a recording session and decided to listen to the first few Led Zeppelin records with the lights off, the sound pushed right up, eyes closed, us lying down on our backs and being reminded why this incredible band really put The Heavy into Heavy Rock. Sure, [...]

Some call him The Reefometer and though he has lived through being The World’s Most Elegant Human Being and all who have been in his presence over the years, still marvel at the fact that he remains alive, Keith Richards, remains the most charismatic man in Rock. (Source: Ning) Forget age, because like Bowie, Springsteen [...]