Everyone knows a song that makes their skin crawl.
Mark Ronson on How Sampling Transformed Music
“As the timeline moves forward, tangential artists in any field fade from the collective radar, until only one person remains; the significance of that individual is then exaggerated, until the genre and the person become interchangeable.”
Without the acoustic guitar, music as we know it today, would be less likely to strike a chord.
What’s a man made of? This video of a son singing to his terminally-ill mother might tell you more than you think.
She’s been waiting patiently for my hands to being her back to life and etch more stories into her body. As is the way with love, she will, in turn, etch more stories into mine.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Melissa Thomas explains how she and her husband paid off over $43,000 in debt to pursue her dream of meeting Elton John.
On this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, John shares business advice and lessons he’s learned along the way.
Almost 50 years after the band’s formation, Chicago was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. — Almost 50 years after the band’s formation, Chicago was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 8, 2016. In a flawless set during the ceremony, aired on HBO on April…
There’s no denying the impact – and greatness – of the Purple Rain soundtrack, but it would be a mistake to think that it represented the totality of Prince…
Although Prince had reportedly written 50 or so pages, his sudden, tragic loss will sadly keep his mystery intact.
‘Miles Ahead’, the excellent newly released Miles Davis biopic, will stay with you long after you leave the movie theater.
Jazz in the classroom not only teaches children to play instruments; they may also learn a range of essential life skills.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Matt Gibson and Jared Easley discuss the ins and outs of being a professional musician in today’s world.
This video of a father and his autistic son at a Coldplay concert gives Erin Kelly a lot to think about.
What would your favorite songs be without this?