Ginger Alden’s memoir is clearly meant to be a tribute to Elvis, whom she says she cared for deeply. But it ends up being a highly disturbing portrait of a man who comes across like a spoiled child.
Elvis Presley left the building nearly 40 years ago, but four of the women who knew Presley well offer their memories of the man behind the movies and music.
Between the two Nashville music stores, Grimey’s and Grimey’s Too, which are located next to each other, you will find just about anything you seek.
Mungo Jerry briefly hit the big time with ‘In the Summertime,’ yet band member Colin Earl thinks the song might have hurt more than helped in the end.
With her first new studio album in a decade, “You Gotta Love the Life,” Melissa Manchester is enjoying recognition again.
Supertramp co-founder Roger Hodgson reflects on his spirituality, coming of age and the band’s songwriting dynamic as the 40th anniversary of ‘Crime of the Century’ is celebrated by fans old and new.
Here is ‘the list’ of all the releases that will be sold exclusively on Record Store Day 2015.
The incredible story of the band Kansas is told in the all-new documentary “Miracles Out of Nowhere”… available Tuesday on DVD, along with companion audio.
Bill Medley revisits his relationship with Elvis Presley, defines the difference between a good singer and a great one and ponders the magic of his musical partnership with Bobby Hatfield, his righteous brother from another mother.
There’s no doubt about it: America’s legendary Motown label was an unparalleled success in the music industry. But beneath the sparkling veneer of catchy hits and matching outfits lurked death, drugs and drama.