Anita Kerr left the comfort of her successful career in Nashville, setting out to Los Angeles to experiment with more contemporary music. The five albums she released under her name for Warner Brothers are fine examples of mid-60s Easy Listening and Sunshine Pop.
Nico: In The Shadow Of The Moon Goddess Lutz Graf-Ulbrich Self-Released German singer Nico’s life story is one peppered with addiction, tragedy, darkness, and intensity. Her music is dark and beautiful; […]
We’ve been in shock over the sudden death of writer and friend Marc Spitz, who passed away suddenly at the age of 47. This is the conversation that introduced us, and it’s one of my favorite interviews.
Taken from the Superior Viaduct release, Jack Orion.
We remember the late, great drummer Butch Trucks with one helluva jam from their first year.
We sit down with a well-known musician, and we talk about leaving Facebook. In this first part, we let them tell the tale about how they left the social media beast.
We were saddened to learn of the death of Karl Hendricks, which led us to revisiting this classic single, which was both his debut for Merge Records and our introduction to him.
We remember the late singer/songwriter Maggie Roche, courtesy a track from her obscure but stunning debut album.
Pantera’s fourth major-label album, 1996’s The Great Southern Trendkill, was the band’s most aggressive, most intense album; twenty years later, it has lost none of its potency. Yet in retrospect, it feels like it should have been the band’s final statement, the high note that should have been used to bring the increasingly unhappy and dysfunctional band to a close.
Remembering Greg Kihn Band’s founder and bassist Steve Wright.