It was late summer 1992 and the Lollapalooza tour was in town for three nights at Irvine Meadows. I'd had enough depravity for one day and didn't want to see how Saturday Night Fever In Hell ended, so I went to my room to go to bed. My flight back to New York was early, and I was hoping to get about four hours of air-conditioned sleep. But there was a bad dream still to come.Read More
What career tips can a developing artist in today's music business learn from one of the late giants of progressive rock? Quite a lot, actually.
When Chris Squire died unexpectedly on June 27, 2015, legions of fans the world over were saddened, myself included. Squire cast such a long shadow of influence over generations of musicians, that it got me thinking about the reasons for his success and what aspects might be relevant for artists trying to succeed today. So, here are Three Things Every New Artist Can Learn From Chris Squire:Read More