This week our playlist includes music by Bruce Springsteen, Talking Heads, Broken Bells, Dr. Dog, Ghostland Observatory, Buddy Guy and more.
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WASHINGTON -- Musician and political activist Jackson Browne gave a free performance at Occupy Washington DC in Freedom Plaza on Monday, just four day...
Tuesday, July 19th, marks Tim Robbins' debut on Savoy's 429 Records with his brand new solo album.
To me, all R.E.M. albums feel like concept albums because they are so rich and well thought out. Here, R.E.M.'s Mike Mills discusses the band's creative process.
This week, we feature music by Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Pat Benatar, Etta James, and more.
Manifest Destiny is unquestionably Robinson's best book. He weaves a lot of "inside the beltway" background into a thriller along the lines of a Tom Clancy novel.
Right now is the time for real financial reform. Come to think of it, right now is actually way too late for real financial reform. Still, better now than not now, right?
Here's one for the books -- an attractively designed boxing anthology with heart, The Fighter Still Remains. Profits will go to benefit Project Medishare for Haitian earthquake relief.
I interviewed Sandra Bullock once, and she seemed lovely in every way. I've never met Jesse James, but he increasingly seems like one big schmuck in the worst possible way.
In April, Al Cross is being inducted in the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame. No one worked harder or longer to gather all the nuances of a story than Al Cross.
If the end product is an imperfect health care reform bill, one that takes too much from the middle class in order to help those even less fortunate, that won't be what some people wanted. But it will be be an improvement.
Here's a playlist for America's latest fun couple to be used at the very next party they crash together.
Colorado's scenery and culture has been inspiring artists for centuries, many of whom have immortalized their impressions of the state in song for all...
Seeing Ms. Prejean attempt to manhandle the "media" or Larry King the other night reminded me of a lesson I learned long, long ago.
A playlist for Joe Wilson -- if only to try and shut up this loudmouth for at least a little while.
To read more of Bob Dylan's conversation with Bill Flanagan on which this slideshow is based, here....
In anticipation of the release of his 33rd album, Together Through Life, Bob Dylan sat down with rock critic and MTV producer Bill Flanagan for a rare...
In case we didn't know the holiday season was fast approaching... a spate of CD box sets, hits compilations and expanded, Deluxe Editions of some of our favorite albums are usually tell-tale sign.
I decided to think of every quote worthy to share. Here:
I don't know where, but she sends me there.
-Brian Wilson [crazy mad genius]
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