Bob Ezrin

  • Blogs

    July 23, 2014

    Gary Louris on the Jayhawks' new post-Mark Olson reissues

    At the end of 1995, Gary Louris had a problem. A big one. His band, the critically acclaimed Minneapolis-based Jayhawks, was just starting to gain some commercial traction after a decade of existence at the front of the No Depression/Americana/alt-country pack. Their release earlier that year, Tomo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 12, 2013

    Alice Cooper: I'm woven into Americana

    Alice Cooper has been the reigning king of the shock rock genre now for nearly 50 years. He essentially defined the genre and a generation of heavy rock fans that delightfully thrive on the grotesque and extreme theatrical splendor that is the typical Alice Cooper performance. Notorious for throwing ... More >>

  • Music

    December 13, 2006

    Dark Star

    New Deftones' album is as black and beautiful as the cosmos itself

  • Music

    March 19, 2003

    Fly Away Home

    The Jayhawks move onward with the new, acoustic sounds of 'Rainy Day Music'

  • Arts

    July 5, 2000

    No. 1 Record

    Gary Louris and the Jayhawks have soared with introspective songs and rich melodies. Now, with their upbeat new album, Smile, the band is determined to fly up the commercial charts.