Holly A Hughes has been a rock 'n roll fan since February 9, 1964. She's heard it all, on vinyl, cassettes, 8-track tapes, CDs, and mp3 files. But so long as it's got a good beat, she'll dance to it.
Britain's latest missionaries of rock, Mumford & Sons preach hellfire, brimstone, and the healing power of the banjo.
The same guy wrote all these songs? Pretty incredible.
Singer-songwriter Amos Lee rings in 2011 with his new Mission Bell.
Remember the joy of hanging out in record stores? With singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw, who knows what treasures you'll find?
Here's an irresistible pop cocktail: The wit of Nick Hornby plus the tunes of Ben Folds, shaken AND stirred.
It's back to pure pop basics for this LA-based indie quartet, with their infectiously melodic new album.
Celtic Rock pioneers Black 47 keep moving the goalposts.
Singer-songwriter Greg Trooper is back on his home turf — and it still feels like country.
Has Graham Parker been watching too much TV?
There's no craft like the craft of an old fox, as octogenarian Mose Allison effortlessly proves with his new CD.