Dubliners’ delayed comeback defies the doubters.
Uncompromising as ever, a reunited Faith No More bury the past to come back with their first album in 18 years.
It’s been a long, hard road for the 70-something veteran who partied with Janis Joplin and lived next door to Kurt Cobain, but Seasick Steve says he’s still a ramblin’ man at heart.
Roxy Music might be deceased, but their guitarist is alive and kicking, and looking to Cuba for inspiration.
Riots, UFOs and heart attacks: Peter Hammill recalls life in Van der Graaf Generator, and explains why he re-formed the band while continuing his own restless, experimental solo career.
Prog’s man of the moment on isolation, frustration, dashed aspirations and the desire to create an enduring musical legacy.
He’s been a motor-mouthed rapper, nu metal icon, unlikely Nashville country star and now a blue-collar heartland rocker. So will the real Kid Rock please stand up?