George Jones, the "King of Broken Hearts" whose honky-tonk balladry defined the highest level of emotion-wracked country singing, died Friday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He…
Billed as the completion of an informal trilogy about Southern California musicians, following 1987's "Border Radio" and 1999's "Sugar Town," Allison Anders and Kurt Voss' "Strutter" is a genial…
The Gram Parsons Foundation, the non-profit organization devoted to funding and education for substance abuse recovery in the music community, will relaunch with a pair of events set for Wednesday as…
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From "The Buddy Holly Story" to "Bird" and from "Walk the Line" to the current "Runaways," the lure of biopics about famous music figures is undeniable.
Slick, superficial and with the slightest touch of saudade, "The Samba Poet" displays a keener sense for biopic melodrama than for music-making.
Although rough-edged like its roadie hero and clearly shot on the cheap, "Grand Theft Parsons" is a likably laid-back spin about the bizarre fate of rock 'n' roll legend Gram Parsons' corpse…