"We can now use it as a kind of nostalgic benchmark-- that they don't make groups like that anymore, that there is no rock band so palatable that it could be the best-selling album in the U.S. for 31 weeks. Things work differently now. Examined from that angle, Rumours was not exactly a game changer, it was merely perfect."
Find out why Pitchfork is calling Fleetwood Mac's RUMOURS a perfect ten. Read the review here.
Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins gets his due this weekend at the 55th annual Grammy® Awards. The legendary Texas bluesman who remained true to his "mournful Lone Star" sound over his 60-year career will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Check out our Lighnin' Hopkins gallery and listen to a few of his greatest tunes here.
Vincent Furnier aka Alice Cooper is turning Eighteen again! How does he do it??? Watch this video of the band performing on German TV show The Beat Club in 1972 and you just might find out.
Tune in to The View tomorrow to see Jewel joining the panel and performing a track off her new GREATEST HITS release, which is available tomorrow!
The View airs on ABC at 11:00am ET and 10:00 CT/PT.
L.A.'s Palladium was filled to the brim with a veritable who's who of rock-n-roll last night in celebration of Foo Fighter Dave Grohl's documentary about the iconic Sound City Studios based in Van Nuys, CA. Grohl rounded up a "super group" of folks who recorded there including members of Fleetwood Mac, John Fogerty, Rage Against the Machine, Fear, Cheap Trick and Nirvana to put on a once-in-a-lifetime concert.
Our girl Stevie closed out the night with classic Fleetwood Mac tracks like "Landslide" and "Dreams". We like to think of it as a little warm-up for the Mac's upcoming tour.
Ready yourself for their tour with the 35th anniversary editions of RUMOURS.