A few thoughts on the soundtrack that marked the beginning of college rock appreciation for millions of fledgling music lovers.
SiriusXM satellite radio debuted a Beatles channel in mid-May and our pal Phil Ingrassia soaked it all in. Here are his impressions after 30 days with The Fabs.
That ticket you paid for almost always includes more than one band, so why not get your money’s worth? And oh yeah, you might discover a new favorite, like Dryjacket.
Dan Gursky on the ever-changing set lists of Robyn Hitchcock and how social media changes a live show. Did he play your request?
Mega-budget summer blockbusters based around mixtapes? Is Volume 3 of “Guardians of the Galaxy” ready yet? Yes please.
The year was 1978 and a young musician and Washington Bullets (nee Wizards) fan combined his profession and passion. The result was worthy of the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.
Five new slabs o’ throbbin’ wax from Joan from down the block where Sandy lives.
One would think the network TV landscape of the late ’70s and ’80s would offer no career opportunities for political punkers like the Clash, but one would be wrong.