Little is known about Walter ‘Buddy Boy’ Hawkins, but two things are certain: He knew how to work a guitar, and his vocals told the story beyond the lyrics.
Lita Ford got her start in the Runaways at 16 and stepped into her own as a solo artist in the ’80s. What music knocks her hard-rockin’ socks off?
We’re not telling you to go skydiving over the Cavern Club, get a Sgt. Pepper’s tattoo or blow your 401(k) to buy a lock of hair that may (or may not) have belonged to John Lennon. But there are some things Beatles’ fans ought to experience for themselves before they die.
Push the envelope of the jazz genre with daring new releases that challenge the mind and heart from artists Tim Berne’s Snakeoil, Marc Cary Focus Trio, Brian Hass and Matt Chamberlain, Myra Melford, Gretchen Parlato, Ahmad Jamal, David Hazeltine Trio and Stan Getz at his Montreux best.
Janis Ian won her first Grammy when she was 16. Forty-six years later, she picked up the Best Spoken Word Grammy for “Society’s Child: My Autobiography.”
As his website attests, Harry Wayne ‘KC’ Casey of KC and The Sunshine Band has been ‘Shaking bootys since 1973.’ And he doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.
No, we don’t have Sammy Davis Jr. singing how wants to disco-marry us, but that won’t stop us from doling out a few Disco Lifestyle Awards of our own.
Use these 10 Commandments to determine the real-world value of the records you buy, sell and collect — no mountain climbing or heavy stone tablets required.
There’s thin line between love and hate. In the case of disco, that line might consist of flashing dance floor lights, but the sentiment seems to hold true.
Gospel. Funk. Blues. Pop. R&B. Jazz. Soul. Rock. Pick a genre, and chances are Earth, Wind & Fire has brought that style into its hook-laden music.