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.
Here are some music releases to look forward to in March 2015.
As Judas Priest celebrates the 30th Anniversary of “Defenders of the Faith,” Goldmine premieres the live audio track, “Rock Hard Ride Free.”
As news of the upcoming Record Store Day circulates, the obvious question remains, “Who’s releasing what?” A press conference hopes to answer questions.
Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash is pleased to announce an evening with Contemporary Youth Orchestra (CYO) for a shared concert on June 5, 2015.
Warner Bros. Records, an official sponsor of Record Store Day, has announced its annual participation featuring a series of vinyl albums and singles.
Here are some music release highlights for February 2015
Here are 10 albums that any music lover needs to hear — in order, in their entirety — before writing off the entire genre.
In his latest book, Ken Sharp honors the musical innovators who built the genre’s foundation. Here is an excerpt from a chapter about the Flamin’ Groovies.
From 1940-1954, 14 artists had only one Top 10 hit and no other chart hits on the pop charts during that time. This is the story of six — two of which made it to No . 4, one to No. 3 and three that actually reached No. 1.