Peter Gabriel

Cover Alert: Brock Butler w. Emily Carroll – Come Talk To Me


Watch Brock Butler and Emily Carroll perform Come Talk To Me by Peter Gabriel at the AURA Music Festival

Continue Reading →

John Cusack and Boombox Guest at Peter Gabriel Concert


Say Anything star John Cusack brought Peter Gabriel a boombox at the Hollywood Bowl last night.

Continue Reading →

Peter Gabriel Announces North American Tour and Box Set to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Landmark So Album


Peter Gabriel will embark on a North American Tour with many of the musicians who played on his landmark So album.

Continue Reading →

Peter Gabriel + New Blood Orchestra: Live On Letterman


Watch Peter Gabriel's career-spanning set from Ed Sullivan Theater.

Continue Reading →

Tomorrow: Peter Gabriel – Live On Letterman


Peter Gabriel and his 45-piece New Blood Orchestra set for Live On Letterman webcast.

Continue Reading →

Hors d’Oeuvres: Gabriel-Less Genesis

Genesis fans around the globe were getting extremely excited for the band’s upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame mainly for the chance to see former lead singer Peter Gabriel with his ...

Continue Reading →

The B List: 10 Best Songs Involving Monkeys

There have been plenty of songs written about nearly every member of the Animal Kingdom, but have you ever noticed that monkeys get an inordinate amount of love? Some of the greatest songs in the ...

Continue Reading →

Wednesday Intermezzo: Petey Covers VW

When we first heard that Peter Gabriel teamed up with electropop aces Hot Chip to record Vampire Weekend's Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa, we wondered how the track would turn out. Turns out they actually did ...

Continue Reading →

Cover Wars: Solsbury Hill Edition

What? No, Cover Wars doesn't come out on Tuesdays, you guys are all crazy. Yeah, what can I say, I'm a day late. I enjoyed the return to using just one song so much ...

Continue Reading →

Intermezzo: Yet Another Widespread Panic Post

I feel kinda awkward dedicating yet another post to Widespread Panic, but they keep making news. Yesterday the band announced the first release under the newly established Widespread Panic Archives moniker, Carbondale 2000. While you ...

Continue Reading →

B List: 10 Bands That Should Be In The HOF

While I travel down to Langerado our good friend Sleepy Floyd will keep you occupied with an extra super special edition of The B List: March 10th will see the evening that Leonard Cohen, the ...

Continue Reading →

MLK Hors d’Oeuvres: Portishead at Coachella

With all the talk about Goldenvoice’s foray into the NYC area festival market, it’s easy to forget that their Coachella Festival is just three short months away. The lineup for this year’s festival in the ...

Continue Reading →

Wednesday Intermezzo: Flyin’ With The Stones

Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell is the rare professional conservationist who spends years of his life traveling on gas-guzzling planes. Leavell, who is best known to us for his monumental piano solo on the studio ...

Continue Reading →

Monday Hors d’Oeuvres: Bruce & Bernie’s Glory Days

Bruce Springsteen loves Joe Torre, so when the former Yankee manager asked him to play a few songs at his Safe At Home benefit on Friday night, The Boss gladly mumbled “Yes.” Bruce started off ...

Continue Reading →

Grousing The Aisles: It Was 20 Years Ago

Six days ago I saw Crowded House deliver an incredible performance at the Masonic Lodge in New York City. The show started me thinking about the stuff I listened to two decades back, ...

Continue Reading →