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Album of the Week: FIDLAR Roll the Dice on Almost Free

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Radio Public | Stitcher | RSS The Lowdown: Almost Free, FIDLAR’s third album, sounds almost foreign in comparison to its predecessors. However, that’s not a bad thing by any means. The California-based quartet indulge in creative exploration by adding brassy flourishes and layered rhythms alongside their classic, foolproof combination of lyrical honesty and fun. The

Ann Wilson Inducts the Moody Blues Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Fifty-four years after “Go Now” introduced them to the world, the Moody Blues were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland. They were singled out by 2013 inductee Ann Wilson of Heart for “taking me from childhood into adulthood as a disciple.” “The very few boys who took me

Moody Blues Perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

The Moody Blues were enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight, some five decades after they helped give rise to progressive rock by adding symphonic elements to pop songs. They celebrated by performing “I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)” from 1972’s Seventh Sojourn, followed by “Your Wildest Dreams” from 1986’s

How Yield Signaled the Evolution of Pearl Jam into Rock and Roll Lifers

Studies in human development depict a person’s life as a series of crises to be negotiated and, for lack of a better word, mastered before moving on to the next challenge. Experts argue that if someone fails to come to terms with a particular phase in a healthy and productive manner, they run the risk

Rock 'n' Roll Pioneer Fats Domino Dead at 89

Fats Domino, the rock ‘n’ roll pioneer whose hits include “Blueberry Hill” and “Ain’t That a Shame,” has died. He was 89. New Orleans station WWL-TV confirmed the news, noting that Domino’s daughter said he died peacefully, surrounded by friends and family. Domino was born on Feb. 26, 1928, in New Orleans, the city he