Perhaps more so than any other facet of the music business, songwriting allows for an endless array of potential entry points, and this year's class of inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame…
The Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its 44th class of inductees, with Aerosmith cleffers Joe Perry and Steven Tyler leading a rock-leaning slate.
Peter Whitehead's never-released 1965 film renders a sharply focused black-and-white snapshot of the Rolling Stones rapidly approaching superstardom after the release of "Satisfaction."
This tribute to the Rolling Stones offers a blizzard of archive material nimbly sutured together with interviews with the Stones themselves.
This college-level "High School Musical" is layered with giddy and sometimes wicked sophistication, and its company of 12 delivers bright performances backed by energetically brisk staging in this…
"Finding Joe" doesn't provide a biography of or critical perspective on late author, mythologist and speaker Joseph Campbell, instead offering an easily digestible introduction to his key ideas.
"Lysistrata Jones" is a slyly contrived "High School Musical" for adults, lubricated with gallons of Grecian formula.
Ari Up, the dreadlocked lead singer of the Slits, the first all-girl U.K. punk band, died Oct. 20 in England. She was 48.
Debuting documakers Wes Orshoski and Greg Olliver barely hit a bum note in their hugely entertaining portrait of Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister.
Not even the long-awaited -- and reportedly one-time-only -- reunion of the original lineup of Jane's Addiction could justify the start-up of yet another awards show in Hollywood, but it was…
The Raindance fest, now entering its 15th edition in London, is the U.K.'s leading celebration of indie cinema. Raindance focuses on first-time helmers and has given U.K. premieres to "Memento,"…
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