Nights at the Roundtable with The Steampacket - one of the first Supergroups to emerge from the British Invasion period, featuring Rod Stewart, Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll and Long-John Baldry. Recorded in 1965.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with The Faces Featuring Rod Stewart, recorded live in Detroit - August 1974.
Some people consider Jeff Beck Group's Truth to be the first Heavy Metal album. I wouldn't go that far, but I do love the heavy blues and sleazy grooves that the super-group laid down. The band consisted of Beck, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood on the
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend - Rod Stewart and Faces live at the Paris Theater, London - May 13, 1971.
(Steve Marriott in 1965. Itchykoo Park hadn't happened yet and Humble Pie wasn't even a glimmer in anyone's eye) [media id=17911] One of the uns
Jeff Beck fans at the intimate El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles got a surprise treat last neat toward the end of the show. Beck was joined by onetime Jef
Rod Stewart covers the haunting song by the late Danny Whitten, the former Crazy Horse guitarist whose heroin overdose helped drive Neil Young to writ
Not everyone transformed [pic a music genre]. John Coltrane did though. And when people said he was too abstract and difficulty to follow he shocked t
James Morrison is a singer and songwriter but he doesn't have anything to do with The Doors. This is a 23 year old English guy who had a huge hit with