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TRACK PREMIERE & EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW 7HORSE

TRACK PREMIERE & EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW 7HORSE
TRACK PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band: 7HORSE Musician: PHIL LEAVITT Exclusive Track Premiere: “Swagger” M Music magazine Exclusive Track Premiere and interview with dada/7Horse drummer/singer, Phil Leavitt Rock band dada confirms first new recordings in over a decade and sets 25th anniversary dadaforever U.S. Tour, with 7Horse performing at each show 7Horse is a rock/blues duo featuring guitarist/singer Joie Calio and singer/drummer... 

RINGO STARR

RINGO STARR
DIFFERENT DRUMMER Ringo Starr makes music his way with a little help from his friends By Russell Hall Twenty-six years have passed since Ringo Starr was approached about staging his first solo tour. He still recalls his trepidation. “My immediate thought was, ‘What are you doing, saying yes?’” he remembers. “I didn’t have anybody to play with. So I opened my phonebook and started calling friends. We ended up with a great band.” That... 

COLIN HAY

COLIN HAY
COLIN HAY The former Men at Work frontman learns to enjoy life after platinum   In the early ’80s, Men at Work exploded on the scene with such smash hits as “Who Can It Be Now?” and “Down Under.” Quirky new-wave panache and goofy MTV videos propelled the group to global fame and millions in album sales. Yet just three years and as many albums later, the wild ride was over. And the man in the middle of it all, Colin Hay—whose spunky... 

RINGO STARR

RINGO STARR
RINGO STARR Rock’s most famous drummer remembers the Beatles and looks ahead to a Starr-filled future. THE FRAY    Earning scars, telling stories and letting themselves get a little bit louder in the process. KEITH JARRETT    Jazz’s premier improvisational pianist reveals the joy and anxiety of playing without a net. SEAN GARRETT  The producer behind some of today’s biggest R&B radio hits takes you into the studio. ANI DiFRANCO  How... 

RINGO STARR

RINGO STARR
Ringo Starr Y Not [Hip-O Records/UMe] For most of his solo career, Ringo Starr got by with a little help from his friends—the strength or weakness of his albums tended to rise and fall depending on the caliber of guest songwriters and players on hand, most particularly his former Beatles bandmates. His partnership with producer Mark Hudson changed that beginning in the late 1990s, allowing Starr’s star to shine with or without the aid... 
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