Most of us feel obligated to “like” everything posted by our friends. But their online selves aren't always so endearing.
The British singer-songwriter also revealed how his mother convinced him to accept the Order of the British Empire title.
The singer has scrapped the remaining stops on his European tour to recover.
“My Brave Face” clearly stands as the high point of McCartney's post-Beatles songwriting partnerships.
If this election were a song, what would the title be? Joan &BLD : Obviously Bill Wurtz's "History Of Japan." Benjamin, you're
The other theme of the day was guitars, and plenty of them. Tedeschi Trucks Band with Jimmie Vaughan and Billy F. Gibbons
"Don't" OK, enough love. Get the record, and watch/listen below. Let's get to the session these beautiful girls did for us
Yet the thought of collaborating again with Costello never gets old for Larkin Poe, who embark on the U.S. leg of the Detour
In Elvis Costello's brand new memoir, Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, the brilliant songwriter recalls his childhood affection for the '50s TV hit The Adventures of Robin Hood, wherein a mythic archer redistributes income.
Singer/songwriter/musician Sherif Serag and I are sitting in his producer Omer Avni's Los Angeles studio, listening with joy to the final versions of the five tasty cuts that make up his first solo EP, Look How Far We've Come.
In Elvis Costello's brand new memoir, Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, the brilliant musician/songwriter recalls his childhood affection for the '50s TV hit The Adventures of Robin Hood, wherein a mythic green-clad archer in tights and his "merrie men" roam Sherwood Forest.
The Traveling Kind: Chatting With Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Plus The Charlie Hunter Trio, SLV and MIRK Exclusives
Emmylou, The Traveling Kind is your second collaboration with Rodney Crowell following Old Yellow Moon. What was it that brought you back together to do this second album?
Revisiting The Bottom Line: An Interview with Allan Pepper, Plus Jon Regen and Sarah Jaffe Exclusives
The Bottom Line has been closed for eleven years, it closed January 2nd, 2004. I think about it all the time because I spent a great deal of my life there. One of the things I'm working on is an oral history viewed from the perspective of the performers who performed there.
They weren't in movies. They were inspired by movies. Perhaps by a specific film. Perhaps by a star. Or perhaps simply by the entire magical filmic experience. It's a broad definition. Here are fifteen really good songs, covering fifty years of pop music.
You've already seen the videos, but here's the incredible story behind them. On Monday's "Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon recapped
The Universal Tone: Conversations With Carlos Santana, Bobby Rush and Dylan Gardner, Plus Three Exclusives
Newcomer Dylan Gardner's latest video is for "Too Afraid To Love You," one of the key tracks from his album Adventures in Real Time.
Megan and Rebecca Lovell are all about family, so it was a stroke of genius (or marketing savvy) that led the stunning sisters to put the "kin" in Larkin Poe.
The Boomtown Rats Return: A Conversation with Bob Geldof, Plus a Chat with Finch's Nate Barcalow and Lots of Exclusives
According to the Exquisite Rap Duo gang... Sharon Bousquet is a powerful singer-songwriter who's built a fan base from Colorado
"I'm sorry. I'm just prattling on," she said. Her unnecessary apology came in the middle of a fascinating response about proudly growing up in Music City USA and how she first made an indirect connection to the industry in a carpool driven by a guy whose parents were "Rocky Top" songwriters Felice and Boudleaux Bryant.