As masochistic as it sounds, most of us love listening to a painfully sad and depressing song from time to time. For some
When Jeff Tweedy of Wilco fame performs as one of the marquee attractions at the Toronto Urban Roots Festival this weekend
Access to any song or artist is at the tip of our fingers and we can inform our friends on our interests and likes by sending a link. But with records, we shared the experience. We owned said album and we lent it to a friend to also enjoy; or other times, we would listen to the album together!
It's been nearly a year since we left Piper standing over the unconscious body of her victim-slash-fellow inmate Pennsatucky
There's arguably no name more synonymous with country music than Johnny Cash. Throughout the five decades of his career, it
Watching Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson perform "The Highwayman" during the Grammys last week, signature song of their country supergroup, The Highwaymen, conjured up the one lone memory I have of the band when I met fellow Highwayman, Johnny Cash, and sold him a Nirvana record.
On Friday, Sept. 12, 2003, my Mom woke me up. I didn't have to go to school that day, because I had to prepare for my big CD Release Party that night. As I awoke, my mom said, "Brett, I have some good news, and I have some bad news." I asked for the good news first. Mom said, "Your concert sold out this morning."
Is today's music making you wince while doing little to teach your offspring about good musical taste? Robbie Robertson to
Cookie Monster, the ever-gluttonous star of "Sesame Street," recently covered Icona Pop's breakout single "I Love It" in
Love is probably the number one topic for songwriting, but interestingly enough, crime is probably number two. Whether it's
Peyton Manning has won a Super Bowl, hosted "Saturday Night Live" and now can say he's covered "The Man In Black" in concert
After four or five bourbons at the karaoke saloon you may have been brave enough to try to stumble through Johnny Cash's