They were an imperfect bunch, the indie record producers of the 1950s, working in their own Wild West and often making it
Just two years after immigrating to the United States, Cuban born, and Venezuelan raised, Maria Conchita Alonso, made her
If you fail to show up for Hillary in November, and Trump wins, then your revolution will prove to be nothing more than a faddish exercise in futility by privileged white millennials who shamefully cut off their noses to spite their faces, while destroying everything that Sanders worked to achieve for you.
"The takeaway: If delivered well, online education provides a richer and more interactive classroom, allows students to develop
I had wondered what the co-creator of the recent Martin Scorsese-Mick Jagger HBO offering Vinyl was doing seemingly dishing dirt on our Glimmer Twins. Cohen had worked for the duo of Marty & Micky in the 90s and the co-creator credit appeared to be his belated going-away prize. Whether it was offered, deserved or seized is very hard to discern when the result is Vinyl.
(Neil Young at his Laurel Canyon barn, circa 1969. Credit: Henry Diltz.) If I had a time machine, I'd head for Laurel Canyon
"Oldchella" fans (and brokers) went rabid for tickets, forcing primary tickets to sell out in just three hours, with hundreds
Love the Stones, Love Dylan, Love Paul . . . So Here's Why I Won't Be Attending Desert Trip This Fall
So why don't I feel any urge to see Desert Trip, a once-in-a-lifetime summit bringing together some of the most towering
Tickets for the Paul McCartney tour "One On One" average just $161.77, according to Pollstar, which tracks the cost of concert
The 79-year-old is expected to make a full recovery.
No sympathy for the devil.
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.
Sooner or later, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán is bound to escape from prison again. In 2001, he did so by hiding in a laundry basket. Last year, after only 16 months of being locked-up, he escaped through a mile long tunnel dug under Mexico´s highest security prison.