Folk-singer John Prine's song, "Illegal Smile," has long been regarded as an ode to marijuana. However, he begged to differ. Prine passed away from the coronavirus on April 7.
This is peak Blues Traveler, a deep track buried in the annals of artists stepping up to do good things.
Massachusetts garage rockers the Prefab Messiahs have a new album, "Pyschsploitation Today," and a groovy animated video for their song, "Monster Riff."
311's debut album, "Music," was released on Feb. 9, 1993. Their mix of rock, rap ad reggae proved to be intoxicating. We also pay tribute to nine other seminal discs from 1993.
The Moody Blues, who will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Apr. 14, featured their psychedelic masterpiece, "Legend of a Mind," on the 1968 album "In Search of the Lost Chord." Also known as "Timothy Leary's Dead," Flautist Ray Thomas, who passed away on Jan. 5, wrote the song.