Paul Simon News
Simon and Garfunkel Reunion 'Out of the Question' for Paul
If you’re hoping to see a Simon & Garfunkel reunion anytime soon, you may be waiting a long time. In an interview with Rolling Stone , Paul Simon shut down any rumors that the duo would be getting back together for a reunion performance, and revealed that he and Art Garfunkel have lost touch over
Weezer, Andrew Bird, Pet Shop Boys and More Music Reviews
This week, Weezer return to their self-titled color-themed series with “The White Album,” singer-songwriter Andrew Bird shows off some semi-orchestral greatness, The Pet Shop Boys deliver some glossy, kind of humorous dance-pop, Cheap Trick try to hand us some treats and soul-singer Charles Bradley
Music Reviews: Dion, Eliot Sumner, Pete Astor and Lissie
So this week I was going to review the new Kanye West album, “The Life Of Pablo.” Then he kept changing the name of the record. It was out for a while and then pulled and he is still completing it. When and if he settles on a final version, then I will write a review. In the meantime, this week
What President Obama's Nostalgic Return to Illinois Means For 2016
When President Obama travels to Illinois this week to speak in front of the state legislature, it will be nine years to the day since he announced his bid for the presidency from the same spot. “By ourselves, this change will not happen. Divided, we are bound to fail,” Obama said in 2007 to the
Republican Presidential Debate: 5 Things to Watch
We're just hours away from the final Republican presidential debate before next Monday’s Iowa caucuses. But there's one major difference: Donald Trump won't be on the stage. The Republican front-runner is waging war with Fox News and decided this week to boycott tonight's debate. Seven other
What Donald Trump May Lose Out on by Skipping Fox News Debate
Once again, Donald Trump is proving that when it comes to his 2016 campaign playbook, there are no rules. A public feud between the Republican presidential front-runner and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly led to Trump’s decision on Tuesday to bow out of the final GOP debate before the Iowa caucuses .
From One Direction, Justin Bieber, Kurt Cobain and More Album Reviews
This week we have a double dose of pop with new releases from One Direction and Justin Bieber , Kurt Cobain ’s solo demos get a proper release, A Tribe Called Quest reissues its debut record in honor of its 25th anniversary, Jeff Lynne reboots ELO while Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford release a
Does Bryan Adams' New Album Stand Up to His Past Work?
This week Steve Martin and Edie Brickell team up for a second album together, G. Love & Special Sauce release a guest-filled disc, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings spread funky holiday cheer, Brian Adams teams up with producer Jeff Lynne, the late J Dilla releases yet another posthumous collection of
Art Garfunkel Opens Up About Paul Simon Split After 45 Years
It has been 45 years since Simon & Garfunkel first split at the height of their fame in 1970. In an interview with the Telegraph , Art Garfunkel opens up about a possible reunion tour and any leftover feelings about the famed breakup. “Will I do another tour with Paul? Well, that’s quite doable.
Incubus, Snoop Dogg, Rhett Miller and More Music Reviews
This week the members of Incubus release a new EP, Snoop Dogg joins forces with Pharrell to celebrate the funk, Old 97’s front-man Rhett Miller delivers his latest solo offering, former Moloko vocalist Róisín Murphy offers up an innovative collection of dance music, electronic/hip-hop artist