No one expects an incredible holiday album from a killer, but Jesse Kornbluth urges you to listen, and shares with you the music and life of Phil Spector.
Lorelai and Rory are back on Netflix with their love of music, snappy one-liners, and pop culture prowess.
You know how growing up everyone told you that “practice makes perfect,” and to “follow your dreams.”
Mark Lewisohn, a world-class authority on The Beatles joins host Howie Edelson, Stephen Bard, and Dave Morrell for their podcast this season.
From tribal drums to booty-shaking drops, the bass has come a long way.
Records from several cool new artists borrow the soul, trippy tones and vibe that made the ’60 soar. And, naturally, David Crosby joins the party, too.
A reassuring squeeze on the palm speaks better than an hour-long conversation.
Rhythm and blues? Progressive soul? Rock? Pop? This singer/songwriter isn’t afraid to try it all.
Malcom Favor interviews young artist Pop Cautious about his music, following his dreams, and how he got to owning his own music label.
From The Byrds to Cheap Trick to The Flaming Lips and XTC, these groups followed the path set by the Fab Four.
The prolific singer, songwriter, poet, and author is the latest music giant to leave us in 2016.
AJ is always on top of his craft. Malcom Favor shares his story.
Malcom Favor checks out the life and talent of up and coming rapper, Greenspan.
Jesse Kornbluth remembers the life and legacy of Leonard Cohen.
Embed from Getty ImagesBy Scott FreimanIn February of 1967, The Beatles released a groundbreaking double A-side single. On one side was a Lennon song, “Strawberry Fields Forever,” that had been transformed in the studio thanks to the contributions of the other Beatles along with producer George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick. On the other side,…