Dr. Wesley Britton is the author of four books on espionage on TV, Films, and in literature. He's co-host of online radio's "Dave White Presents" where he interviews musicians, authors, actors, and entertainment insiders. He teaches English at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Live at Legends is a grab bag of Buddy Guy's blues, live and in the studio.
Great as it is, That Metal Show needs to dig deeper into rock's rich vaults.
The Harvard Lampoon's new edition of Bored of the Rings is as funny now as it was when it debuted in 1969.
Mike Huckabee isn't alone in suggesting a Creator more petulant than compassionate.
The historic 1986 Queen concert in Budapest is more than one kind of magic captured in the newly remastered Hungarian Rhapsody.
Those 50-year anniversary rock concerts just ain't what they oughta be.
Childs' and March's entertaining third collection of interviews showcases stories of pop stars like Ray Stevens and groups like The Buckinghams and The Grassroots.
Making Tracks is a two-DVD live set demonstrating how the current edition of The Yardbirds honors the original.
The Adventures of Mark Twain is superb Claymation entertainment with an imaginative script and classic visual interpretations of the works of Mark Twain.
This is a sampling of seven bands jamming for hungry fans of alternative blues and mid-west BBQ.