In our 'Re:View' section, in which we look back at albums from the past, Carl Bookstein examines 'Byrdmaniax', 1960's California folk rock legends the Byrds' recently re-released 1971 album.
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers examine albums from the past, Carl Bookstein looks at 'Preflyte', a 1989 compilation of early Byrds recordings, which has just been re-released in a two CD edition
Live At The Fillmore February 1969 (2017)
Welcome re-release of 1969 live album from the celebrated, psychedelic, folk rock and country rock innovators, the Byrds.
The Lost Broadcasts (2012)
Unexciting and somewhat repetitive DVD of rarely seen film footage shot for German television in 1971 of the Byrds
Lisa Torem speaks to former Byrds singer and guitarist Roger McGuinn about his personal influences, the importance of traditional muisc and his forthcoming UK tour
English-born but now Florida-based singer-songwriter Steve Robinson is the former guitarist with the Headlights, who worked in the 90's as Byrds star Roger McGuinn's touring band. Malcolm Carter talks to him about his latest solo album, 'Undercurrent', and his unique brand of melodic pop
Interview with Gregory Webster Part 1
One of the biggest bands of the C86 era, the Razorcuts were inspired by both the Byrds and the Buzzcocks, and were one of the early signings to Creation Records. In the first part of a two part interview, frontman Gregory Webster chats to Anthony Strutt
Riot on Sunset Strip: Rock 'n' Roll's Last Stand in Hollywood
Adrian Janes examines Domenic Priore's book 'Riot on Sunset Strip', which tells the story of the creative explosion in the Los Angeles clubs during the 1960s which nurtured the Byrds, Doors, Love and many others and the greed and politics which shut them down.
Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara, 14/2/2018
Country rock legend Chris Hillman mixed old favourites with new tracks at a special sold out benefit concert for the devastating California Wildfires. L. Paul Mann was at the Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara to review proceedings.
Gene Clark and the Gosdin Brothers
As Gene Clark's 1967 solo debut is re-released, Tommy Gunnarsson takes us through its history and its highlights.
Peace On You
Carl Bookstein reflects on 'Peace on You', the 1974 second solo album from Byrds founder, singer and guitarist Roger McGuinn which has just been reissued.