Thanks to Nacho Video, the YouTuber who created a tremendous upload of the rarely-seen David Bowie "Diamond Dogs" tour from 1974. He writes, "I have been asked many times to create some videos for Bowie’s ‘74 tour. There is very little material available, but I have gathered all the footage...

Papa Was a Rollin' Stone written by Motown songwriters Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong as a single for Motown act The Undisputed Truth in 1971, is still one of the greatest of all time. Later that year, Whitfield, who also produced the song, took the track and remade it...

Tonight, James Corden visits The White House for a very special Carpool Karaoke with The First Lady Michelle Obama. https://youtu.be/8L-2fTLEiDA

A new website allows fans to take a virtual tour of the record collection of the late Jeff Buckley. Users can scroll through a collection of records representing actual vinyl and CDs owned by Buckley, and listen to the music on Spotify. You can't say Jeff didn't have great...

This past weekend in New Jersey, Michael J. Fox joined Coldplay onstage for two songs performed by Fox’s character Marty McFly in Back to the Future: Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” and The Penguins’ “Earth Angel.” In a video shown before the songs, Chris Martin’s son asked his dad...

We lived down a long gravel driveway, and you're driving through these woods and then you cross a bridge over a creek. And then you keep going up this hill, and on either side of you it just starts filling in with junk cars, newer cars, boats, motorcycles, a...

Drake is just the fourth artist to boast an album that has led the Billboard 200 for a least 10 weeks while a single from that set has ruled the Hot 100 also for at least 10 weeks. Here's the exclusive club, including one such album, by Santana, that generated...

Billy Squier's Rock Me Tonite is so 80s, it's brilliant. The song is Squier's highest charting U.S. single, peaking at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hitting the Top 10 on the Cash Box singles chart. It also returned him to #1 on the Top Rock Tracks...

The young, pre-Smiths Steven Patrick Morrissey spent quite a bit of time honing his craft for words with a touch of biting (while funny) anger towards the music press and artists by writing to UK magazines like NME and Record Mirror. Here are just a few of his published works. Record...

Thirty-five years ago today (July 18, 1981), the then New York-based thrash/metal band Anthrax was formed and started on the road to help change the history of music. David Taylor, Anthrax fan, compiled a this video of the 1988 classic “Antisocial” over the past three-plus decades, as a a celebratory...

On September 30, Oh Boy Records will release John Prine’s latest, For Better, Or Worse, a duet album and follow up to the Grammy nominated In Spite of Ourselves. In this timeless album, produced by Jim Rooney, John sings with country sweethearts Iris DeMent, Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Kathy Mattea, Kacey Musgraves, Fiona...

The growing importance of streaming playlists on Spotify is highlighted in a fascinating new feature on Buzzfeed, which also reveals/reiterates some killer stats about the format, including: Half of Spotify’s 100 million-plus global users are listening to its human-curated playlists – not counting the algorithm-driven Discover Weekly; Spotify currently...

"Time can be a villain or it can be a friend. No matter which it choses to it be, it affects us all, some less so so than others. Chicago artist Nathan Wright thinks time will kind to today’s black stars. They will bear up well in the coming...

On January 1, 1943, American folk singer Woody Guthrie (July 14, 1912 – October 3, 1967) produced a list of 33 “New Years Rulin’s”. Transcript 1. Work more and better 2. Work by a schedule 3. Wash teeth if any 4. Shave 5. Take bath 6. Eat good — fruit — vegetables — milk 7. Drink...

Along with specializing in one-liners and rapid-fire delivery of jokes—which were often self-deprecating, Bob Hope was celebrated for his long career performing United Service Organizations (USO) shows to entertain active service American military personnel. He made 57 tours for the USO between 1941 and 1991, and Hope was declared...