Taking a dip in the Hot Tub Time Machine going all the way back to 1977 and their appearance on The Old Grey Whistle Test. The Runaways at the peak of their powers.
From her stint with Alice Cooper, her collaborations with Richie Sambora as well as her solo work, Orianthi always captivates with her exquisite guitar work.
Not sure there should be any controversy here. Adam Lambert is a great frontman and Roger Deacon and Brian May are still in fine form. Viva Queen!
Jeff Beck and Beth Hart rip up the stage on this live performance from The Crossroads festival in Dallas, Texas. Bass player extraordinaire Tal Wilkenfield almost stands fret for fret with Beck on this scorching version of “Goin’ Down.”
From his early days back when he was cool. Yes, Billy Joel was actually cool at one point. This is a terrific version of one of our favorite songs.
Ronnie Wood rips up this version of Johnny B. Good with able assistance from Imelda May. Check out his latest release with The Wild Five on his new record, Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry.
Blackberry Smoke will be releasing a special 6 song E.P. on June 19th with a portion of all proceeds are going to the Recording Academy’s MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund to help people in and around the music community affected by Covid-19. This version of the Allman Brothers classic was recorded live at Capricorn Studios.
Elle King is one of our favorites here at Rock is the New Roll. Here, she puts one a slightly chemically enhanced terrific performance.
She has a new record coming out later in the year, we hope, but in the meantime here is a live set from Music Fog.
Norah Jones absolutely owns this Willie Nelson classic from The Red Headed Stranger.
“At a time when the world seems to be spinning hopelessly out of control.”