One of the founding members of the "Clown Princes of Rock and Roll" talks about his career and his recently published biography, "Yakety Yak, I Fought Back."
In the conclusion of Goldmine’s epic interview with Bobby Vee, he talks about his album I Wouldn’t Change A Thing and about his other recent projects and plans.
Farewell to Estelle Bennett of the Ronettes, country singer Molly Bee, jazz singer Blossom Dearie, punk rocker Lux Interior and steel guitarist Tom Brumley.
The Legendary ’50s artist talks about his legacy and surviving Hurricane Katrina. Fats Domino isn’t going to argue with those who say he doesn’t get enough credit for helping to create the musical style now called rock ’n’ roll.
“Well, that’s the way people feel. It don’t make no difference to me,” says the 80-year-old singer-songwriter and pianist from the house in Harvey, La., on New Orleans’ West Bank, where he and his family settled after Hurricane Katrina washed away their home in the Lower 9th Ward.
68-year-old Dewey Martin, the steady percussive hand behind the drums in Buffalo Springfield, one of the most legendary 1960s rock bands, died Feb. 1 at his Van Nuys, Calif., apartment. The cause of death, while not made public, appears to be natural.