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.
A massive re-issue of Nat King Cole's Capitol albums reveals the neglected jazz artist inside the 50s pop crooner.
C. S. Lewis' comic Satan, still setting his wily snares for humankind, sets up shop in an Off-Broadway church.
Veteran British rocker Ray Davies refuses to go gentle into that good night
A precocious Irish singer-songwriter with more than a touch of the poet talks about his debut CD, The End of History.
Tony Bennett takes a spin through his attic, reminding us why his recordings have been hits for half a century
Why this ridiculously talented bunch of alt-bluegrass prodigies should NOT be doing a farewell tour
Why should bad boy Bourdain sweat over the stove when he can eat his way around the globe, courtesy of the Travel Channel?
Singer-songwriter Adam Levy makes an impressive bid to be known as more than just "Norah Jones's guitarist."
On which the British master of pure pop instructs us with a lesson in aging gracefully.
So may I introduce to you the act you've known for all these years...