Gary Paxton had great “ears” when it came to producing hits. But his wild personal life was both colorful –and dangerous.
Mose Allison’s take on the jazz-blues he grew up on in the South proved irresistible to many rock bands of the 60s.
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner stirred well-deserved controversy by ignoring black and female artists in his new book, “The Masters.”
Sometimes, those rough “demo” tapes of a song hold just the right ingredients to be a hit — and nothing further needs to be done.