I made the mistake last week of watching Leaving Neverland, the HBO documentary featuring two survivors of Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse.
Back in 1984, RCA found themselves in a unique situation.
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 […]
One can sum up ’80s pop music with four artists: Bruce, Madonna, Michael, and Prince. In a way they were the last of the real superstars. The ’90s belonged to the anti-stars […]
Revealed! Six things They don’t want you to know! Conspiracy theories have been around since at least Roman times, when the first beam-blocking helmets were manufactured. I’m sure there are myriad reasons […]
Insane Clown Posse and the Juggalos are not the first band to make the FBI’s radar. Far from it. The G-Men have been cracking the case of the Evil Music That Will […]
Some of us in the MTV generation had to settle for ABC’s Friday Night Videos. Well into college I could still be found in front of the television most Friday nights, watching […]
I’m pretty sure Prince didn’t sleep between 1978 and 1990. I’m not even sure that he sleeps now. Eighties radio was dominated by the unholy alliance of Michael, Bruce, Madonna, and the […]
Steve The Manager left Camelot Music for a bigger store down in Florida. Our new boss was a 24 year-old named Rich who sported cowboy boots and a poodle mullet. Almost immediately […]
Bob Dylan’s new album, Tempest, is the thirty-fifth coming according to the music press. The man is officially a national treasure as of this year’s Kennedy Center Honors (similar to a knighthood […]