The 26th annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, held March 14 at the Waldorf-Astoria, were a bit more star-studded than in past years.
At age 68, Paul McCartney shows no signs of slowing down. He played a number of two-and-one-half hour concerts at Citi Field during the summer of 2009 while promoting an album of new material.
Many rock fans were understandably leery about a Clive Davis-inspired album project in which the Arista/J Records president asked legendary guitarist Carols Santana to perform interpretations of rock classics while having some of today’s hottest rock vocalists lend him a helping hand.
Not far from the heart of Times Square, at Park & 48th Street, is the site of the National Football League headquarters. Whether or not you’re a fan of the professional game, the arrival of autumn always brings occasion to reflect on an unambiguously great cultural resource that institution has yielded: the music of Sam Spence.