Buddy Guy sings about the joys of reaching Heaven and finally escaping a life of gloom and pain on "Blue No More," his new duet with James Bay.
It's no surprise that Guy's latest song adheres to classic blues form. The drummer sets the light, ticking beat in 6/8 time, and the guitarist interjects pointy, unruly riffs on
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Buddy Guy, James Bay Duet on Serene New Song 'Blue No More'
Father John Misty literally rises above death in his stop-motion animated "Please Don't Die" video.
The clip opens in Josh Tillman's desolate home, with the singer-songwriter brooding amid empty beer bottles and cigarette butts. Suddenly he descends through a pit in the floor to hell, where
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Father John Misty Battles Death in Stop-Motion 'Please Don't Die' Video
Big things are expected this year out of Apple Music, the music-streaming service that has far surpassed critics’ initial grumblings during its 2015 launch that it’d be an irredeemable failure. The premium-only subscription service now has more than 50 million paying users – and what’s more,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Apple Music's Newest Expansion Plan: Luring Songwriters
Jimmy Fallon showcased his crooning capabilities with an earnest rendition of Billy Vera & the Beaters' "At this Moment" alongside his Tonight Show house band
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Jimmy Fallon, the Roots Cover Billy Vera's 'At This Moment'
Kamasi Washington creates his own version of a boxer's entrance song on "Street Fighter Mas," a new track inspired by the saxophonist's childhood experiences at the arcade. The song will appear on Washington's upcoming sophomore album, Heaven and Earth.
"Street Fighter Mas" would fit easily on a Seventies movie score. The core of the song is a funk loop – a sludgy bass vamp and a
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Kamasi Washington's Sweeping Funk Song 'Street Fighter Mas'
The entire Buffalo Springfield saga lasted just a little over 24 months. It began with a chance encounter in early 1966 when Stephen Stills and Richie Furay were driving down the Sunset Strip and happened to see Neil Young and
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Stephen Stills Looks Back at Buffalo Springfield: 'I Have No Regrets'