There was so much great pop music released in 2011 — both by established artists and newcomers — that I had a tough time whittling my favorites down to just 20.
Lemmy is defying the odds just as he did when he drove a van full of Jimi Hendrix’s gear across England wearing kaleidoscope glasses on his face. He doesn’t play by the rules, he doesn’t like rules, and he doesn’t like the people who make the rules.
A trio of Beatles-related lots comprised more than one-third of the total sales at the Popular Culture: Rock and Pop Memorabilia auction by Christie’s.
Win a terrific Ed Sullivan DVD set from Goldmine in just two easy steps!
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
“Beatles For Sale on Parlophone,” marks the first time author Bruce Spizer looks at The Beatles’ U.K. recording history.
At 69, the legendary Beatle remains a brilliant performer, as he continues to give the gift of great music to New York City.
Overall, IPO 13 is a damned fine collection, with the many high points making it a more-than-welcome addition to any pop fans’ music library.
Recently discovered photographs of John Lennon, taken by Louis Gaudiosi, will exhibit at Andes Art and Antiques gallery in the Catskills, July 2-Sept 5.