Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts is being treated for throat cancer, a spokesperson for the band said today (Aug. 14). The 63-year-old musician was diagnosed in June and has completed four weeks of a six-week course of radiotherapy at London's Royal Marsden Hospital.
After notching a few major-label hits in the late '90s, twin sisters Heather and Jennifer Kinley take matters into their own hands with the self-released "All in the Family." Banjos meld with more contemporary instrumentation on punchy fare like "Climbin' Up Mount Everest," "Crazy Love" and "Ridiculous," all of which would likely be well-received over the airwaves.
In just a few short years, the Austin City Limits Music Festival (based on the long-lived TV show of the same name) has become a powerhouse music event, which this live CD from last year's fest aptly demonstrates.