How the strangest show on ’80s cable would like to reinvent itself for the streaming era
The title should give you pause. These are new songs but for an older time.
Since the Indiana-based fulfillment house Direct Shot started managing orders for all three major labels, stores haven’t been getting all their product.
Musicians rejoice! Legendary percussionist Viola Smith might have discovered the secret for a happy, long and healthy life: energetic drumming as well as the moderate consumption of good wine.
Whoop whoop! Insane Clown Posse fans may have stumbled into a way to combat public surveillance
This August 11th, 1979 show at Dublin’s Dandelion Market was taped by a guitarist in the band’s opening act and sat unnoticed for decades
This colorful home has a history, including being the inspiration for an R.E.M. song.
“Life isn’t about finding yourself, or finding anything. It’s about creating yourself.” — Bob Dylan
On December 15, 1979, David Bowie made an appearance as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live. For his performance of “The Man Who Sold the World,” Bowie wore a large plastic tuxedo and was […]
Drivin’ N Cryin’ has a new album set to come out, Live the Love Beautiful, produced by Aaron Lee Tasjan. Kevn Kinney of Drivin’ N Cryin’ was traveling in the van in North Carolina when we […]
Though often associated with the Beat Generation, Ken Nordine operated on his own wavelength, part absurdist humor, part poetry, part jazz. His real gift was that mellifluous voice, heard on a weekly radio program for […]
It’s been years since I’ve been as excited about a new Bruce Springsteen album as I am about Western Stars.
In 1987, during the austere days of Thatcher’s Britain, a teenager learns to live life, understand his family, and find his own voice through the music of Bruce Springsteen.
A look back at 50-plus years of surreal sound and vision from the late rock & roll enigma
The Gus finds Mulcahy at the top of his game as a vocalist and storyteller.
WHERE ARE THEY FROM, AND WHAT DO THEY WANT? THE MYSTERY LIGHTS APPEAR ON THE RADAR
Check out the Chuck Prophet-produced ‘Do You Remember.’