Rock and pop music has been obsessed with its own past almost from the start: by 1959, a New York record store called Times Square was doing a roaring trade in what it called “oldies”, selling mid-50s doo-wop singles to teenagers already convinced the golden age of rock’n’roll was
“I’m Coming Out”—written and produced by Chic disco architects Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards—is all bright joy, long strut, and renewed love of self. A year after the song’s release, Ross said to Dutch television host Mies Bouwman, “Some of the teenagers buying these records don’t know the Supremes. They
Amid an intense election season and increased polarization of America, more than a few speakers and participants at a recent Peace Walk said that unity in the community is needed now more than ever.
The last Peace Walk of the year highlighted Native Americans, and the event held on Sunday
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — They celebrated a year of chart topping albums and songs, and now they’re CMT’s artists of the year. Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Walker Hayes were honored with the 2022 CMT “Artists of the Year” awards taking place at the Schermerhorn Symphony
‘What’s the best music year of all time?’ is a question I’ve found myself returning to again and again over the years, discussing it animatedly with mates over many a pint and pondering it with headphones on during rainy weekend afternoons. Obviously we’re talking about album releases here, which straight