In the song "All Sold Out," from the Rolling Stones' landmark 1966 "Between the Buttons" album, Mick Jagger sings: "Why be so matter-of-fact? Why put this one bit of hope in me ....You sold me out."…
From Harrison to Wahlberg, road from performer to producer is paved with good intentions.
New recordings solidify Buddy Holly's lasting legacy on fans and the music industry.
Fans of concerts as not just live music performances but extravagant spectacles of choreo-graphy, multiple costume changes and the kind of titanic theatrical sets associated with Andrew Loyd Webber…
It is exactly two years to the day that Michael Jackson died from an overdose of propofol in Los Angeles, and Jamie King is sitting in his Montreal apartment taking a break from the challenging…
"Elvis has left the building," is now part of today's pop culture lexicon that alludes to the end of an event or concert.
When a plain white-covered vinyl record called "The Great White Wonder" started making its way through underground music circles in New York in 1969, no one had any idea it would lead to a movement…
For somebody who a year ago was best known for his role on the teen cable series "DeGrassi High: The Next Generation," being branded "The New Face of Hip-Hop" might seem like overstatement when…
Among the most anticipated albums of 2010, "Thank Me Later," by Canadian singer-rapper-actor Drake, drops June 15, with all the critical attention and media hoopla of a major superstar release.
As the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' formation draws nearer, interest in Brit pop from the early to mid-'60s -- not to mention legacy recordings in general -- continues to spike.