Jade Blackmore is a freelance writer living in Hollywood, CA. Her work has been featured in dozens of publications and websites, including Playgirl, Perfect Sound Forever, RockConfidential.com, Modamag.com and Suite101.com, among others. She also writes romance novels. Visit her website at www.jadeblackmore.com.
Bowie fanboy/journalist Marc Spitz's David Bowie: A Biography is a long but light and entertaining recap of the rock icon's career
Fat Guys Shouldn't Be Dancin' at Halftime is a fast,funny ride through four decades of Chicago sports.
The Essential Janis Ian contains highlights from the singer/songwriter's illustrious career.
Anita O' Day was on of the most prolific jazz singers of the 1950s
One of the most notorious made-for-TV movies of the 1970s is now available on DVD from Warner Brothers' Archive Collection.
Iggy Pop's ambitious Preliminaires combines influences as diverse as French jazz, New Orleans swing and passages from a controversial novel.
Sam Bourne's The Last Testament is a Middle Eastern thriller straight out of today's headlines.
The Road to Jerusalem, the first book in Swedish author Jan Guillou's Crusades Trilogy, is finally released in America.
The former lead singer of Brit Invasion band Manfred Mann, shines on his new solo CD.
Chicken Scratch [Deluxe Edition] features some of the earliest recordings by reggae & Dub innovator Lee "Scratch" Perry.