Kit O'Toole is a lifelong music enthusiast who maintains a music blog, Listen to the Band. In addition, she is the internet columnist and a contributing editor for Beatlefan magazine. She also holds an Ed.D. in Instructional Technology.
Pop singer Steve Tyrell tackles Burt Bacharach's songs with mixed results.
While not as famous as Sinatra or Cole, Johnny Hartman remains one of the greatest--and most under appreciated--interpreters of the Great American Songbook.
Kenia's first release in a decade shows that some things just get better with time.
This week's Cutout Bin features Manhattan Transfer's Janis Siegel and her second solo effort, At Home.
The Cutout Bin looks at London Elektricity, an unusual electronica/dance artist that transcends the music genre.
Michael Franks's eloquent tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim remains an unappreciated gem.
Stax artists put a soulful spin on Beatles classics.
Digging through the music racks for lost treasures.
Is traditional radio irrelevant? Its definition needs to change.