Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and the list includes Marvin Gaye, Link Wray, David Bowie, Jean Knight, and The Rolling Stones.
Here’s yet one more fantastic thing about it no longer being 2020: it’s now the 50th anniversary of the excellent music that premiered in 1971.
What exactly did the Duke’s music symbolize to Russell’s shifty characters, two upwardly mobile lowlifes more anxious to fleece the world than fall in love?
One of the Art Fuse‘s music reviewers, Deanna Costa has a lot to say about this year’s Grammys awards.
After 61 years – and a slew of rule changes and category alterations – the Grammys remain the most philistine of our major shiny statue ceremonies.
Ken Ludwig’s stage version of Murder on the Orient Express is an enjoyable diversion.
Country Music digs into the rich, deep dirt of a music with a complicated past, a hybrid genre soaked in soulful suffering, twangy glory, and times both high and tough.
Looking at that photo now, soon after the anniversary of her death, Aretha’s shutter-snap of connection with me seems a blessing.