Besides the wine, flowers, and chocolate, no Valentine’s Day is complete without romantic music. If you’re stumped on a playlist, our timeless picks from the ’60s are guaranteed to set the mood.
Over a short period, Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevans, and Roy Wood helped forge what would eventually become Electric Light Orchestra. Revisit their roots via the trippy ’60s band, The Move.
It was the live album that never happened. And a lot of unhappy memories were left on that famed stage.
Poet/playwright Drew Pisarra offers a tart alternative to the “old-fashioned” sonnet in his new book of poetry. Perfect for an “alt-Valentine’s Day.”
If you’re “over” the Grammy Awards, don’t give up quite yet. This year’s crop of nominees shows some hope for the music business. We highlight three acts in particular that are worth your attention.