Garage band icon Sky Saxon has died after a long career that included pop stardom with the Seeds and psychedelic explorations as a solo act. He was sixtysomething.
The open-and-shut ruling that Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones died of “misadventure” is getting another look from British police. Fans have long suspected the rock star was murdered in 1969.
The two new Beatles box sets are in the stores, and the reviews are flying in. They’re almost uniformly positive. Almost.
Rare and battered footage of the Syd Barrett-fronted Pink Floyd has been discovered, restored and will screen next month as part of a London preservation festival.
Up for some time travel? Elektra Records surveys its 60-year history via an outstanding multimedia journey that’s available online.
Liberation of the Jimi Hendrix archives continues Nov. 16 with the release of “West Coast Seattle Boy,” a five-disc box set.
Psychedelic hurdy gurdy man Donovan has made the short list for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
During the late ’60s, bands began to throw away their uniform attire and turn to a life of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.
The final chapter of what’s being called a Jimi Hendrix unreleased-track trilogy lands March 9. “Both Sides of the Sky” features 10 recordings that the Hendrix estate says have never been released, along with three others.
To no one surprise but to everyone’s delight, Apple Corps confirmed the release of 50th-anniversary editions of the Beatles’ “White Album.”