Bessie’s been with me through thick and thin, comforted me when I was down, and even helped me show my love for my wife and son.
Come dancing. An invitation you cannot refuse.
It can be hard to dance with only two left feet.
Music is culturally – and not racially – ingrained.
Can music be democratic? Joshua Ziner says yes… and here’s why.
In a world laden with the rather surface level lyrics of the likes of Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and Justin Bieber, Jessicah Lahitou asks songwriters for more. She finds some solace in Halsey’s New Americana.
Jesse Kornbluth, on opening up to country—and also to a stunning young artist with powerful songs.
In the film “Help!”, The Beatles subverted traditional symbols of masculinity and showcased the social changes men saw in the 1960s.
Kids might think music lessons are a waste of time. But musical training has been shown to improve literacy, memory, learning and verbal intelligence.
Why would he do this? Because the dude has rhythm and keeps fit!
Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses the oddity of a pop song that describes a man refusing a hookup.
Damon C. Scott’s underground story that is changing music and lives.
Why is being “Just one of the boys” a bad thing?
David Bowie has long confounded us with enigmatic acts of gender transgression, with gestures and personas drawn from Hollywood stars, literature and avant-garde art. That flame still burns brightly.