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Music Review: Billy J. Kramer – ‘I Won the Fight’

I Won the Fight

A remembrance of times past, sung with a voice of seasoned maturity. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Great Performances – The Dave Clark Five and Beyond’


This April, PBS pays tribute to the most neglected, unsung heroes of the British Invasion, the Dave Clark Five. Read More »

An Interview with Rod Argent

The Zombies are in demand now more than ever, and founding member Rod Argent explains why. Read More »

An Interview with Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues

The Moody Blues legend discusses his new solo album while offering insights on his songwriting from throughout his career. Read More »

An Interview with Colin Blunstone

The Zombies' lead singer discusses his new solo album, his old band, and how he's remained one of pop music's most evocative voices for 50 years. Read More »

“Big Girls Don’t Cry” by The Four Seasons Was Number One 50 Years Ago This Week

After a four-week hiatus, the Four Seasons returned to the top of the charts. Read More »

Bobby Vinton Reached Number One For the First Time 50 Years Ago This Week

So what does a trumpet player do when his recording contract is canceled? Read More »

The Hollies Found Artistic Fortune with 1967’s “King Midas in Reverse”

The British Invasion group took a huge risk with this psychedelic--and still distinctive--gem. Read More »

DVD Review: Look Through Any Window 1963-1975: The Hollies

Longtime Hollies fans and newcomers alike will enjoy this often fascinating documentary on the band's pop craftsmanship. Read More »

Music Review: The Searchers – The Very Best Of The Searchers

The Searchers created some of the best pop of the British Invasion era. Read More »