To honor the 60th anniversary of “The Day The Music Died,” German label Bear Family compiled a thorough and compelling scrapbook that encompasses and highlights of the talents lost that day, performers who appeared on the tour, musical tributes to the victims, and an in-depth booklet with super-rare photos and historical background of that fateful winter tour.
We are EXTREMELY excited to bring you the world premiere of “Need To Change,” the first track from Georgia rock veterans Magnapop’s newest album, The Circle Is Round.
Weeds Like Us: A Memoir is the tale of a young woman who survived a most decidedly tragic and unhappy childhood and self-destructive young adulthood, and who has since become an internationally acclaimed and well-respected Blues musician. This excerpt finds her at nineteen years of age, straddling the life between self-destruction and self-awareness.
We welcome back our correspondent Lisa Carver, who gives us a fantastic take on one of the latest in Melville House’s series, The Last Interview, this one dedicated to the words and thoughts of performance artist and writer Kathy Acker.
We were saddened to learn of the death of Richard Swift. We revisit a conversation held with him in 2007, one that captures his restless spirit and his feelings about the music industry.
A new Reelz documentary shines a very different light on the life and the persona of legendary artist Tupac Shakur, and suggests the “real” man was a very different person.