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Book Review: ‘Willin': The Story of Little Feat’ by Ben Fong-Torres


For those of us who have been waiting for the definitive Little Feat book to come along, 'Willin' is it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Celebrating Bird: The Triumph of Charlie Parker’ by Gary Giddins


Celebrating Bird is one of the best books about a jazz musician I have ever read. Read More »

Book Review: Daniel Kossov: Pictures of an Outstanding Musician by Rosemary Ellen Tingley

In 2001 Daniel Kossov came to Perth. He was a boon to the music world. But after three years, he was dismissed. Why? Read More »

Book Review: Brigham Young: American Moses by Leonard J. Arrington

Vintage reprint of Leonard J. Arrington's landmark biography of Brigham Young. Read More »

Interview with Nancy Stewart, Author of Katrina and Winter: Partners in Courage

"It is my great hope that when people pick up this book and read it, they will relate to everyone who has a special need, whether it is physical or emotional." Read More »

From Hairstylists to Hippies, Musicians to 9/11

Six documentaries and biographies for you to behold. Read More »

Book Review: Frank: The Voice by James Kaplan

An excellent account of the first 38 years of Frank Sinatra's life. Read More »

Book Review: Lucky Stars: Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell by Sarah Baker

Fascinating bio on silent screen duo! Read More »

Book Review: Britney Spears: Little Girl Lost by Christopher Heard

A thorough account of the troubled life of Miss Britney Spears. Read More »