The incomparable Gregg Allman; Steely Dan's Walter Becker; the master of the rock and roll universe, Mr. Chuck Berry; soul singer Charles Bradley; country star Glen Campbell; former teen idol David Cassidy; Soundgarden and Audioslave's Chris Cornell; The Smithereens' Pat DiNizio; the legendary Fats Domino; French rock and roll pioneer Johnny Hallyday; Hüsker Dü drummer/singer and indie rock icon Grant Hart; smooth jazz, pop, and R&B Grammy award-winning singer Al Jarreau; indie power pop fave Tommy Keene; the one and only Tom Petty; singer/actress Della Reese; Joni Sledge of Sister Sledge; Mr. Funky Drummer himself, Clyde Stubblefield; Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks; the heart and soul of AC/DC, Mr. Malcolm Young; Nashville indie rocker Jessi Zazu.


Seven Year Scratch

No One Really Dies
[Columbia - 2017]

No review just some bullet points:

• First album in 7 years

• More Neptunes than N.E.R.D. (to us, anyway)

• Practically a Pharrell solo album (Chad Hugo plays keys on 4 tracks)

• A bunch of guests (among them: Andre 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Rhianna, Ed Sheeran)

• Lyrics touch on border control, corporate influence on government, police brutality and racism