After 43 years, a George Harrison guitar solo from “Here Comes the Sun” has surfaced. George’s son Dhani, producer George Martin, and his son Giles listened through the master tapes of Abbey Road and discovered the solo. Even Harrison’s son didn’t have any idea about this lost solo. Listen to the clip below. What do you think of this solo?
Jack White is preparing to release his first album under his own name. The album, Blunderbuss, will be in stores on April 24th. White is currently streaming and offering a pre-order of “Love Interruption” on his website. You can also hear the song below. How do you think this compares to his work with The White Stripes, Raconteurs, or the Dead Weather?
Fitz and the Tantrums descend on Indianapolis this week, along with scores of sports fans, celebrities, concert-goers and people-watchers, to celebrate and add to the spectacle of the Super Bowl. This week on WTTS Indy Underground, we’ll have live music from the band ahead of Friday’s show at the Super Bowl Village (and make sure you check out our Big Game Guide to see what other acts are coming).
Classic artists, coming out of hibernation, surprising everyone with brand new material. This phenomenon really took hold last year, but the beginning of 2012 has kept the movement alive. Add Bonnie Raitt to the list, as she prepares to release Slipstream April 10th. We’ll have your first look, this week on WTTS New Music Monday.
Also on the list, Bruce Springsteen, and to a lesser extent (not “classic”, still overdue) The Shins. Pair them with deeper tracks from Mat Kearney and The Black Keys, and you’ve got yourself a show. Every week at 7pm, it’s an hour of all-new world class rock on WTTS New Music Monday. Also, listen to the new single from Jack White, “Love Interruption,” below.