David J. Prince

Galactic, Cracker, Travis Tritt On Board For Free Green Apple Festival Shows

Galactic, Cracker, Travis Tritt On Board For Free Green Apple Festival Shows

Galactic, Cracker, Travis Tritt and Soulive are among the artists who will play free "Green Apple Thank You Concerts" in various venues in ten different cities on Earth Day (April 19).  The concert audiences will be filled entirely with volunteers who participate in simultaneous environmental volunteer actions that weekend.
Elvis Costello Reveals 'Secret' New Album

Elvis Costello Teams With T Bone Burnett For New Acoustic Record

Elvis Costello's newest album, "Secret, Profane & Sugarcane," sees the prolific singer-songwriter-composer returning to acoustic American roots music for the first time since his 1986 album "King of America."  "Sugarcane" will be released June 2 on Hear Music.
Smashing Pumpkins Drummer Chamberlin Exits Band

Smashing Pumpkins Drummer Chamberlin Exits Band

Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan announced that he was heading into the studio to record a new Smashing Pumpkins album without any of his original bandmates.
Pumpkins Proliferate; Perez Proposes Peace

Smashing Pumpkins Sheds Chamberlin; Billy Corgan Heads To Studio All Alone

Bill Corgan announced Friday (March 20) that he was heading into the studio to record a new Smashing Pumpkins album without any of his original bandmates.   Jimmy Chamberlin, the group's original drummer and the only Pumpkin to play with the band on its recent 20th anniversary "reunion" tour, "has left the group" according to a terse statement released on the band's website.
Nirvana's 'Bleach' Turns 20, New Live Recording Coming

Nirvana Catalog To Be Re-Released On Vinyl

The bulk of Nirvana's catalog is set for a high-fidelity do-over this year as the Original Recordings Group (ORG) prepares to release "Nevermind," "In Utero," and "MTV Unplugged" on 180-gram, audiophile quality vinyl for the first time ever.

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