Cover photo by Stephen Morales, article by Melissa Fales. Story Monsters Ink, November 2016 Today, Loggins dotes on his five
It was just last month I was saying goodbye to my favorite new summer show, Lifetime's UnREAL, and welcoming back a favorite of mine from last season, USA's Playing House. Playing House is already ending its season tonight, too soon. You should watch.
Déjà Vu: Chatting With Giorgio Moroder and Doraemon's Yoshihiko Shinoda, Plus Hy Brasil, Adham Shaikh, Owl and Old Man Luedecke Exclusives
When you look at current technologies, are there moments for you as a producer when you look back at your earlier records with Donna Summer, Blondie or David Bowie and others and say, "I wish we'd had this technology back then"?
Emily surprised me with a new plant on my birthday. We named her Federika. I thanked Emily a thousand times, all the while thinking, Holy, shit, if this thing dies I am totally f*cked. Please, God, don't let this f*cker die.
I had a quick moment to speak with the ever-so-busy Clare Foley. It was hard to cut my list of 25+ questions down to under 10, but this girl is so worth it!
Can you Kickstart "The Danger Zone"? Looks like we're going to find out. On Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel chatted via Skype with
One thing led to another, he says, and Loggins and Messina went on to become one of the most successful singing-songwriting
OWN's series 'Where Are They Now?' catches up with some of Oprah's unforgettable guests. We preview this week's show with the producers and featured guest Ralph Macchio of 'The Karate Kid.'
"Archer" fans will have to wait until January 2014 for new episodes to arrive, but you can get your ISIS fix right now with
The "Footloose" star told Access Hollywood Monday that he still likes the 1984 movie's title song, but he does have one rule
Thank You, Mr. Dog Ears: My Interviews with Phil Ramone, Plus H.D. Harmsen's 'Teetotaler' Video Premiere
I personally was saddened by the iconic producer/engineer/mastermind's recent passing not only because I kind of bonded with him during our two interviews together, but also because his sonic fingerprints are all over so much of the music I grew up on.
Middleman: In general, we get middle-aged people but then we get younger people coming in as well ... it's great to see the