After making the festival rounds over the past year, including New York's Stony Brook Film Festival where it won the grand prize in Aug., 2012, "AKA Doc Pomus," about the songwriter behind such hits…
The history is inescapable inside Atlantic Records' new Los Angeles studio -- you merely have to examine the walls.
Larry "Wild Man" Fischer, the former mental patient and ubiquitous street musician who briefly attained stardom as one of the first signings to Frank Zappa's Bizarre imprint, died in Los Angeles June…
Solomon Burke, the hit-making '60s soul vocalist who enjoyed a Grammy-winning career renaissance in the new millennium, died Sunday at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. He was 70.
The Grammy Foundation looked back at tunes on the tube Thursday at its 12th annual preservation event "Cue the Music: A Celebration of Music and Television" at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
In "Lightning in a Bottle," helmer Antoine Fuqua shapes the February 2003 Radio City Music Hall "Tribute to the Blues" that kicked off the federally mandated "Year of the Blues" and Martin Scorsese's…
Potent from minute one, "Rock & Roll" starts deep in the black South and keeps its heart there throughout 10 hours. (Docu even suggests the Beatles were the death of great black rock 'n' roll rather…
THE NEW LIVING COLOUR album, "Stain," the band's third for Epic, is nothing if not topical. Songs such as "Mind Your Own Business,""Never Satisfied" and "Ignorance Is Bliss" hold a musical mirror up…