From Duke Ellington to Toscanini to Jim Morrison, the Gardino brothers have made a hobby of seeking out the graves of famous musicians. And oh, the stories these Grave Trippers tell in our interview.
The young Beatles masturbated together. And according to this writer, there’s significance to these boyhood experiences. Paul McCartney’s “Egypt Station” squares that circle.
Chanteuse Maria Cangiano shares her thoughts about tango legend Astor Piazzolla, the muse of her album “Renacere.”
Six decades later, Link Wray’s “Rumble” feels both like rock n’ roll and punk. Our interview with veteran musician Jon Paris sheds light on this guitarist who inspired Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Johnny Winter, and the Stray Cats.
“Pet Sounds” by the Beach Boys rocked the Beatles’ world, especially Paul McCartney. And inspired John Lennon to compose “Strawberry Fields Forever.”