Do NOT...listen to this alone. No joke. It's creepy but...it's Halloween. Two versions; Elvis Costello's is scary but the Jack Kittel black and white version from the 70's is by far the MOST FRIGHTENING...I think. Enjoy!
Most Paul McCartney fans are already aware of his upcoming Flowers In The Dirt archive collection reissue due out March 24, but Sir Paul and collaborator Elvis Costello have something special in store for 2017 Record Store Day.
When live television goes awry, it's one of two things: Awkward/cringe-inducing or absolutely brilliant. The still celebrated bait-and-switch executed by Elvis Costello, who celebrates his 61st birthday today (August 25th) is the latter.
My first concert was Alice Cooper at the Music Hall in 1972 (my first was supposed to be CCR at a gymnasium in Maine circa 1969 but that's a story for another day). Not sure where that Alice Cooper stub ended up but here are some I could locate.
Tom Petty and Elvis Costello will be among this year's inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The two will take part in the annual ceremony on June 9 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City, joined by the late Motown great Marvin Gaye, Chip Taylor -- best known for writing the Troggs'…
As we all brace ourselves for David Letterman’s final show helming the desk at CBS’ Late Show, we can’t help but look back at some of the stellar musical performances that have occurred over the years. While there were countless incredible classic rock moments, here are five of our favorites: