Rockers rush to aid ailing Jefferson Starship guitarist Featured Article

Slick Aguilar, lead guitarist of Jefferson Starship, had a liver transplant last year and has run up over $1 million in medical bills. His friends will throw a benefit for him Friday, March 14 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).

Somewhere in between talking about contracting hepatitis C, his 16 hour liver transplant surgery and the cost of the 34 pills he takes every day, Slick Aguilar tells stories about how lucky he’s been.

SAN FRANCISCO: Slick Aguilar (L) and Paul Kantner (R) attend the Ben and Jerry's One World One Heart Festival at the Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park on September 20, 1992.

Young Woman Blues

Beki Brindle

‘All Kinds Of Beki’ admirably lives up to its name. It’s a wide-ranging showcase for a singer-songwriter and session guitarist who has built her reputation by playing with some of the biggest names in contemporary blues and roots rock music.

Beki Brindle is a tasteful guitarist, a thoughtful songwriter and an engaging vocalist who on the evidence of this album is only a couple of stellar guitar solos short of making a significant dent on the contemporary blues scene.

Possessive Emotions

The song Possessive Emotions by John Mayall is about the struggle with jealousy in a relationship. The lyrics express the singer’s desire to be with their partner all the time and not wanting them to be with anyone else.

The possessive emotions make the singer feel low and lonely when they’re not with their partner. Despite the negative feelings, the singer acknowledges that their emotions are a sign of their strong love for their partner.

‘Hackney Diamonds’ Review: A Classic Band’s New Luster

The group’s first album of original material in nearly two decades feels genuinely fresh, and features Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and guests Lady Gaga and Paul McCartney in fine form.

Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards.<br>PHOTO: MARK SELIGER

In the past 18 years, the Rolling Stones have done most of the things legendary rock bands are expected to do—gross huge amounts of money playing their classics on tour and put out archival releases that expand on their legacy.