An isolated bass track of The Who’s Won’t Get Fooled Again, filmed in Sheppard’s Bush, London, England. Skip to 0:18 for the music to begin
Sir Paul McCartney is to front Nirvana for one night only, it has been reported, when surviving members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic reunite for the first time in 20 years.
Arcade Fire are working on their new album with James Murphy. Back in October (2012), former LCD Soundsystem frontman Murphy denied that he was producing the band’s follow-up to 2010’s ‘The Suburbs’. He said at the time: “That’s not necessarily true. We don’t work like that. Because I work with friends, if I have time and they’re doing something and I’m on the East Coast, then we can do something. But also they don’t need a producer, in a way. They produce themselves.”
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The gymnasium at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains has been the site of countless basketball games and physical education classes during the school’s 50-year history. But for one night — Nov. 29, 1967 — backboards and jump shots took a backseat to backbeats and rim shots when the gym was transformed into a concert hall for a new rock band riding in with the British Invasion: The Who
Twenty years after Little Earthquakes, the groundbreaking artist re-imagines a handpicked collection of songs from her catalog in an orchestral setting. Experience these new arrangements of classic favorites in an exclusive concert from New York City, broadcast live by NPR Music.
When listening to Diana Krall’s fun, smart new recording Glad Rag Doll, it’s helpful to consider a question recently posed by Gyp Rosetti, the sensitive psychopath lending sparks to this season of HBO’s Prohibition-era series Boardwalk Empire.
He was more popular than Elvis, but humble 70s singer-songwriter Rodriguez didn’t know about his fame in South Africa for 40 years. Bob Simon tells the story of how Rodriguez went from obscurity to stardom, decades after he cut his first album.