They influenced Sonic Youth, the Feelies, the Violent Femmes, Yo La Tengo, R.E.M and countless others. But who were The Velvet Underground really?
Yes, you read that right — Neil Diamond in blackface.
Sure, Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg were postseason stars. But what about Erskine Mayer and Larry Sherry.
50 years ago, Marc Bolan and T-Rex released ‘Electric Warrior’ and changed rock music history.
Barbra’s latest release, a collection of outtakes that range from stellar to cringey, offers a tale of two Streisands.
‘Monkey Business’ was the first Marx Brothers’ movie that didn’t start as a Broadway musical, and features some surprisingly apt political commentary.
Neil Diamond, k.d. lang, The Osmonds, Bob Dylan, Susan Boyle, Bon Jovi and Jeff Buckley all covered the song, but which version is best?
A recent article by Jeff Slate claims that Paul Simon will be nothing more than a historical footnote to Bob Dylan. Our critic begs to differ.
If David Lee Roth ever got rid of his headband and eye makeup and cut his blonde mane down to its brunette roots, he’d look a lot like my dentist.
Born Sylvain Mizrahi to a Jewish family in Cairo, Sylvain could have had a successful career in fashion, but he felt the lure of rock ‘n’ roll