Cream

Dio, Whitesnake, Scorpions Vets Leading Cream Tribute Concerts
Former members of Dio, Whitesnake and the Scorpions will take part in a four-day, two-city music event, with special shows focusing on the music of Cream and the Scorpions. Concerts will be held on January 24-25 in Santa Ana, California, and on January 26-27 in San Diego, with teaching seminars and …
Cream Collaborator Martin Sharp Dies at 71
Martin Sharp, who collaborated with Cream in the ’60s, has died of emphysema. He was 71. The Australian artist was also a filmmaker, designer, cartoonist and songwriter. In addition to illustrating the cover art for Cream’s ‘Disraeli Gears’ and ‘Wheels of Fire …
45 Years Ago: Cream Perform ‘Farewell Concert’
After just over two years as a band, Cream gave their final performance on Nov. 26, 1968. The concert was held at the Royal Albert Hall In England. Cream’s decision to disband took fans by surprise, though simmering tensions within the band, primarily between Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, came…
46 Years Ago: Cream Release ‘Disraeli Gears’
‘Disraeli Gears’ was the second album Cream released in their ever so short career, and 46 years later, it still shines as their crowning achievement. Issued in November of 1967, the landmark LP saw Cream flipping the switch toward full-on psychedelia while remaining true to the blues …
47 Years Ago: Cream Play Their First Show
On July 31, 1966, the Sixth National Jazz and Blues Festival was held at the Royal Windsor Racecourse in England. Among the usual assortment of artists you find at things like this was a new band called Cream, who were making their debut performance. Comprised of drummer Ginger Baker, bassistt&#…
Cream to Release Live Triple Vinyl Set for Record Store Day
  Cream have become the latest classic rock act to announce that they will be celebrating Record Store Day on April 20. The famous supergroup will release a three-LP of ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ in an extremely limited run of only 1,500 copies. Originally released on CD and …
Cover Of The Day- Cream Covers ‘Crossroads’ [VIDEO]
Basically every musical style in the world can somehow be traced back to Blues. And, in my humble opinion, the granddaddy of the Blues scene is Robert Johnson.  Dude was a genius, and so before his time. The mythology behind him is super interesting too. Did he ACTUALLY go down to the crossroad…