spinal tap

Writer/actor says the big bottom line hasn't been shared with the creators.
The legendary manager of Spinal Tap didn't die after all...
Harry Shearer reveals why many of today’s mockumentary style television shows don’t do justice to the storytelling style.
First there was the career as a rock guitarist in a Spinal Tap-like band. Then came a gig as staff attorney at a corporate litigation firm in New York. Now, the artist known as Xiomáro is stepping up to serious photography.
"I made sure to get the day back in February, just to make sure," he said. "We will be starting at 11:11 p.m." Meanwhile
Hugh Laurie has a new album, Let Them Talk, which is New Orleans blues based. Here he discusses how he came up with that idea.
The most dangerous thing about the Sarah Palin coverage is she is opening a window of acceptable stupidity. The more off-the-wall stuff that comes from her -- the more she is covered and -- the more people listen.
For Generation iPod-ers, who might think "8-track" refers to a railroad complex, Burnett's ventures can supply an essential
"But no one searched for printouts before. There are printers within 30 feet of every cube." What was gained by this technology
MR: Even though it was released last year, Full Circle is going strong, and this tour is more or less a continuation of the reunion. What was it like getting back together with the other guys?
Right now is the time for real financial reform. Come to think of it, right now is actually way too late for real financial reform. Still, better now than not now, right?
At New Orleans' Jazzfest, Dr. John let loose, and the Huffington Post's own Harry Shearer spoke about Treme, Spinal Tap, and moving on after the hurricane.
Jay and Conan have both brought us so much music over the years. Here's my playlist for two nice and funny guys in one awkward TV situation.
Brilliant -- the idea to do a two hour special featuring many of our favorite contestants from past seasons of Project Runway. Talk about being on the edge of your seat!
Mating Intelligence, which took no less than four masters of the obvious to write -- leads to one portentous conclusion: "a good sense of humor is an important human mate preference worldwide."