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 punk princess's recipe for aging gracefully: add a little acoustic heart to that old downtown attitude.
Thirty years later, Elvis Costello still has no intention of going gentle into anyone's good night.
Jazz It Girl Jane Monheit shifts her hips to a more Brazilian beat
Exploring some different roots — authentic Chicago blues from the Queen, or Latino rock-n-roll covers from a pack of masked surf-guitarists
Fountains of Wayne and Ted Leo & The Pharmacists prove there's life in the old medium yet.
Assembly of Dust's "Recollection" melds the whole Americana spectrum into a mellow jam groove that's hard to resist
Say It In Nonsense Syllables — A Great Pop Music Tradition
"You Can't Win" is a winner on its own terms.
Country crooner Patsy Cline and Brit diva Dusty Springfield — '60s Sisters Under the Skin.
Ain’t too proud to go dancing in the streets for money.