Rock and roll survivor and passionate performer, Ronnie Spector is still in love with singing
You can never have too much John Lennon in your life! And “John Lennon: Life is What Happens” tracks Lennon’s legacy of music and art in a memorable way
The First Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was a night to remember. And years later, the legend Jerry Lee Lewis had plenty to say about it.
“Beatles For Sale on Parlophone,” marks the first time author Bruce Spizer looks at The Beatles’ U.K. recording history.
Gregg Allman has flown into the Billboard Album Charts with his first solo release in 14 years, “Low Country Blues.”
L.A. hard rock quartet thrive off of proven sounds, making ‘old school’ new again.
On the album anniversaries of both “Master of Puppets” and the The Black Album, Goldmine looks at one of the only metal bands that matters.
At 69, the legendary Beatle remains a brilliant performer, as he continues to give the gift of great music to New York City.
This album is a major treat for Hornsby fans and people who enjoy live albums alike.
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