john mclaughlin

There is a fascinating new biography of Catherine by Susan Jaques, titled The Empress of Art. The book has a particular focus
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News of John McLaughlin's death last week took me back twenty-seven years to the time when he moderated A Matter of Life and Death, a TV show that Ward Sylvester and I produced that was seen by large audiences in more than 200 television markets.
Thirty-four years ago, a former Jesuit priest threw an incendiary device into the world of televised political talk shows. He was John McLaughlin, host of "The McLaughlin Group," who has died at the age of 89.
The week began with a speech Donald Trump read off a TelePrompTer. And in a stunning development -- are you sitting down? -- he then did not stomp all over his message by saying monumentally stupid things for the rest of the week. No, really!
He missed Sunday's installment of his syndicated TV show due to illness -- his first absence in 34 years.
"Go wrong strong." ~ Miles Davis And then there is Michael Schenker. For me, Michael Schenker is something like "The Blair
Young is featured on two songs in the trio setting with conga player Jacky Bamboo and drummer Franco Manzecchi, the campy
Then as I grew as an artist and my third album I was told, "If you don't have a hit we're going to drop you," from Atlantic
John Coltrane is worth much more than the sum of his parts. His work permeated the collective conscience of those concerned with disrupting the norm, with challenging their own mastery of their crafts.
McLaughlin has taken his animation and photography talents and used them to create the silliest, most stylish GIFs of all
There are segments of Guns N' Roses history that really bring out different aspects of the band. What is it about the Use Your Illusion recordings that resonate with you?
Willie Nile's new "One Guitar" debuts here with some explanation by the artist: "'One Guitar' is a song about what one guitar and one voice can do to help make things better in this world."
This livestream is part of our coverage of the Aspen Security Forum. For more from the series, click here. DATE: July 18
Jazz is a unique language, its free form and openness is a statement in itself. It had from the very beginning a contagious effect in the world from 1920's on, mainly thanks to Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
"That would be good to find that word, and would be helpful," Gillespie said. "It may not be doable. It may be that sometimes
Do you think you can make a difference with $2? If not, think again! John McLaughlin is a Los Angeles senior and he is putting his $2 to work every day.
This is the third annual compilation, and with each year we gain some new members and sadly lose some old friends. The list is a celebration of those who have, for so long, graced us with their talents, their creativity and their love of the music.