Richie Furay is a founding architect of the Country Rock genre. And contemporaries like Don Henley, Jim Messina, Timothy B. Schmidt and more recognize it. You should too.
For three days, it captured the world’s attention. Then, for decades, it was… a paddleball court. Now the 1969 Woodstock stage is back…
Ahead of an upcoming jazz covers project, we take a look at some other great songs that Chrissie Hynde has tackled.
We almost take James Brown for granted. But one night in 1966 gave an audience who didn’t know him an eye-opening taste of his genius.
It ranks as one of those “must-hear-before-you-die” albums. With millions of copies sold, you probably had it too. But here are a few things you might not know about Elton’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” album.