Skip to main content

Peter Galvin


  • Made In England

    It's been 20 years now since Elton John hit his artistic peak with Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy. Since then his output has been disappointingly unpredictable. For every fine piece of pop craftsmanship like "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues," there has been formulaic pap like "Sad Songs (Say So […]

    • Music
  • Feels Like Home

    Country siren Trisha Yearwood has made no secret of the fact that Linda Ronstadt is one of her primary influences. Indeed, the slick California-rock sound purveyed by Ronstadt during the '70s has inspired a whole generation of country divas. Yet Yearwood's fixation is particularly acute. Ronstadt's backing band in the early '70s included members of […]

    • Music
  • Winter Light

    Winter Light marks a turning point in Linda Ronstadt's career: It's the singer's first pop album since Heart Like a Wheel (1974) not produced by longtime mentor Peter Asher. Instead, Ronstadt has chosen to produce the album herself, along with George Massenburg, and the result is the most personal disc the singer has ever done. […]

    • Music