The new “Rocky Horror Picture Show” premieres on October 20 at 8 PM on Fox. Learn about the legendary cult musical, which was born in 1973, and its surprising Jewish history.
Jewish immigrant Phil Chess — who helped to launch the careers of Chuck Berry, Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon and more — has died at the age of 95. Here’s a look back at his remarkable life.
Happy 90th birthday to Chuck Berry, the legendary rock pioneer whose career was launched in part by the famed Jewish immigrants, Leonard and Phil Chess.
Bob Dylan has won the Nobel, the Grammy, the Oscar and the Pulitzer. So, Seth Rogovoy asks the obvious question — what’s next?
Paul Simon celebrates his 75th birthday today. Peter Carlin’s new biography of the singer-songwriter gives new insight into his Jewish practices.
Rock ‘n’ roll honcho, scenester, catalyst and gadfly Danny Fields, née Daniel Feinberg, is the subject of the new documentary “Danny Says,” which dubs him “The Mayor of Underground New York”
Theodore Bikel died a year ago at 91. A new two-CD set and a tribute honor the enduring influence of the actor, folksinger, Yiddishist, impresario and labor leader.
In Bruce Springsteen’s newly-released autobiography “Born To Run,” The Boss discusses his Jewish infatuations and influences — from his teenage neighbors to Bob Dylan, Clive Davis and Phil Spector.
On his 82nd birthday, Leonard Cohen has released “You Want It Darker,” the title track of his new album. According to Seth Rogovoy, it might just be his most Jewish song ever.
Cat Stevens, aka Yusuf Islam, is currently on his 50th anniversary tour. We look at the controversial singer-songwriter’s secret Jewish (and not-so secret Muslim) history.