I’m not a nostalgic kind of guy, I don’t spend too much time looking backwards, I tend to be very much in the present. -David Knopfler
It’s no secret that The Kinks have been exceptional at being successful while also being their own worst enemy
One of Buddy Holly’s biggest fans whose steady rise to fame, followed by a sudden and mysterious death, has all the makings of a great rock biopic.
Handmade guitars are less common in this world of automation, his creations are extremely unique due to the wood he uses.
The right song can create a “moment” that will forever have a home in our movie memories.
The Aeronauts makes no effort in aiming for statuettes. And why would it when it has a plot that literally aims for the stars.
David Bowie is… shines a glorious spotlight on his genius and puts his artistic life into context.
Anyone born after the year 2000 will know exactly who Billie Eilish is. For those who aren’t Gen-Z’ers, you might be wondering what this “Billie buzz” is all about.
Here’s a (Baker’s) half-dozen reasons why you should be adding some of his awesome music to your playlist.
Now that Abbey Road reached the top of the charts — again — on its 50th anniversary, it seems a good time to appreciate a less-celebrated aspect of their collective genius: John Lennon’s guitar playing.
It’s not necessarily a bad thing to be known as a one-hit-wonder.
John Lennon had music in his bones. And his music still deserves to be heard, today and tomorrow.
The blend of Queen’s music and the ballet world was a genius idea.
There are so many more music videos from the 1980s which deserve to be given another day in the spotlight.
A respected artist and musician who resonated with the Fabs both pre- and post-breakup, Klaus Voormann can justifiably carry the moniker of “5th Beatle.”
The lavish details are impressively authentic, recalling a Britain that existed when Queen Elizabeth II was but a baby.