Just in time for the holidays, we’re offering brief takes on some of 2012′s best books for music fans. THE BOOK: 101 Essential Rock Records AUTHOR: Jeff Gold, plus essays and “as-told-to” contributions from David […]
Mick Jagger’s love letters to Marsha Hunt, the woman who famously inspired the Rolling Stones’ “Brown Sugar,” are being sent to auction block next month in England.
Five seasons in, Don Draper seems less like a beacon of cool than he did when viewers began their journey with the Mad Men protagonist. On last night’s (May 6th) episode of the AMC drama, […]
From their debut in June 1966 with “Hanky Panky” to their worst-charting single in November 1968 (“Do Something to Me”), [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Tommy James and the Shondells[/lastfm] had always relied on their leader’s collaboration with songwriters […]
[lastfm]Jim Morrison[/lastfm], former lead singer of [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm], was more than just a rock star. The controversial icon was studied poetry and film at UCLA, where he received his college degree, and went on to […]
The TWELVE American Idol finalists were armed with all [lastfm]ROLLING STONES[/lastfm] songs for their battle this past week. We thought it’d be fun to see just which of the tunes in the STONES SIXTIES SONGBOOK were […]