Frankie Goes To Hollywood was the most overhyped, prepackaged band of 1984, and I loved them.
Malvina Reynolds is one of those inspirational figures to those who feel they’re too old for new beginnings.
Imagine a world where to hear your favorite song whenever you want
The Kinks entered the ’80s much stronger than many of their British Invasion counterparts.
King was one of those bands who did well in their native U.K. but never managed to break through in the States.
It took half a century, but Warner Brothers finally released the complete Woodstock. Well, almost.
Heroes was the first Bowie album I purchased, and 40 years later it remains one of my favorites.
Osaka Popstar might be the least known supergroup in music history.
Happy Louie Dusseault is no joke in the polka world.
This album hasn’t been out of my regular rotation since the day it was released in 1987. On A Night Like This was Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural’s major label debut, but he released […]