They were huge in Tuvalu, but New England is known these days mostly for an interesting footnote.
There are many cultural touch points that make my children’s and my childhoods seem like distinct historical epochs, but maybe none so subtly important as the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon.
Sometimes you just have to get away.
Everything involves choice:
Here’s another playlist that started as a discussion in the Facebook music group that I manage. Last week’s “live tracks better than their studio cousins” list led to the suggestion of cover […]
“Why would you pay good money to see Jethro Tull?” That’s the first question people asked me
Recently in a Facebook group that I run, someone posted a song that spurred an interesting conversation.
The 1994 tribute album Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved marked a turning point in the critical assessment of KISS.
I am sitting in a diner, listening to Miles Davis’s 1987 album, Music From Siesta. I was managing a record store in Savannah when this album was released three decades ago. Thirty […]
The eighties weren’t kind to many of the superstars from the previous two decades.