Eugene Jarecki’s ramshackle, occasionally provocative, and frequently entertaining documentary on Elvis Presley gets some things wrong.
There’s not much about the blues that Paul Rishell, 68, and Annie Raines, 48, don’t know or can’t play.
Stanley Sagov never wants to play a piece the same way twice. He’s always engaged in a “search for freshness.”
Veteran bassist Gary Peacock doesn’t differentiate between experimental and straight-ahead jazz.
For the past decade, Jeff Rapsis has improvised live scores for silent films starring Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks.
John Abercrombie, one of the great improvisers, died on August 22, after a long illness.
Session Americana has matured from a local, informal collective to a polished touring band.
The central mystery of the life of Brian Wilson: How did such a sweet and fragile soul create such complex and enduring music?
Jim Kweskin and Geoff Muldaur are still mining America’s musical traditions.
A response to Ty Burr’s column called “Here’s why Woody Allen is overrated”in yesterday’s Boston Globe.