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This month’s crop of new tunes provides more diversity than usual. Absent any high profile pop albums, artists from a range
"I’ve just seen something on CNN that’s heartbreaking," Stewart told his manager.
He was honored for his services to music and charity after more than 50 years in show business.
A Conversation with Jake Shimabukuro Mike Ragogna: Jake, you are a world-renowned Ukulele player, which, of course, is an
In 1977 I saw Springsteen in Philadelphia. He played for four hours, ran all over the stage, and periodically scurried up the stacked amps with ease and then jumped back down to earth. Some 40 years later Springsteen still performs for four hours while my biggest concern at the concert was wondering how many times I would have to get up and go to the bathroom.
I wanted to see Coldplay to see if Chris Martin is sexy in person. Indeed he is. For his August 6 performance in Philadelphia, my niece Audrey and I were given two fabulous seats at Lincoln Financial Center aka the Linc. On the fifty yard line. Up close and personal so I could inspect Mr. Martin without getting a nose bleed.
According to Senator Sanders' medical letter, his longtime Senate physician is treating him conventionally with daily levothyroxine
It's rather mind-boggling for those of us of a certain age to fathom that we were first introduced to Ronald Frederick "Ronnie" Lane over a half century ago. Yet at the very pinnacle of the Faces' fortune and fame, Lane ditched the satin and silk of stardom to create a fresh new ensemble.
Ronnie, with your new book How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary, you take a snapshot of 1965, a very interesting year in music. What inspired it and how did the process begin?
Wake up, Maggie. You're not going to want to miss this. James Corden has done "Carpool Karaoke" with Iggy Azalea, Justin
Of the many tributes to Billie Holiday's 100th birthday today (April 7), the most compelling I've heard is Cassandra Wilson's Sony Legacy album Coming Forth By Day, a strange, atmospheric brew produced by Nick Launay (whose credits include music by Nick Cave and Arcade Fire) with shimmering string arrangements by the incomparable Van Dyke Parks.
4. He invented the long shag haircut for men. OK, maybe he didn't invent it, but he sure brought it to the world stage. Stewart
A year ago to the week, I got a call from a music-biz-connected friend... Would I like to interview Ian "Mac" McLagan of the Small Faces, Faces, Rolling Stones, about a box set of the Small Faces years on Andrew Loog Oldham's record label, Immediate? Uhhh, do fries and a bacon-cheeseburger come with that? I suavely jumped out my skin.