Peter, Paul & Mary
'Impeachable' is a new twist on the kinds of songs that Peter Paul and Mary were singing that helped to mobilize Americans.
We are awash in films examining the Beats and the roots of the generation shift that occurred from the late 1950s through the 1960s - but none with a clearer eye than Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis.
Myth, Love & Respect: Conversations With Peter, Paul & Mary's Peter Yarrow, Geographer's Michael Deni and Rosie Thomas
"Every album is a stab towards some obscure, unattainable truth, and unless we use something else to cover the hole that the lack of that truth leaves, we will need to keep making albums."
"Listen to your audience. Listen to what they say to you. And figure out if you, too, agree that that is something about you that is special. Then you can start developing it."
Along the Cherry Lane chronicles Milt Okun's life from his music school teaching days to singing and writing folk songs to working with some of the biggest names in music.
Collins discusses her new album, which includes a song about 9/11 and a duet recorded with Joan Baez, and what it's like to have the President of the United States name his child after your record.
HuffPost Reviews: Bon Jovi, The Killers, AC/DC, Sting, Tori Amos, and More, Plus This Week's New Albums
The eternally youthful Jon Bon Jovi and his disciples have built their ministry upon the same New Jersey rock that Bruce Springsteen assembled his flock, and the band used this album as a slight genuflection to their own glory days.
Mary Travers Passes, Vic Chesnutt on Music & Healthcare, plus Angel Taylor, BLK JKS, Susan Boyle, and more
Peter, Paul & Mary helped mold the opinions of millions, persistently trying to open the minds of everyone who listened to their recordings or saw them perform live.