Stevie Wonder’s personal and professional relationship with Syreeta Wright led to some memorable music. Her solo project, helmed by him, has been woefully overlooked.
From the start, the Beatles and the Stones were made out to be big rivals. Actually, they mixed it up musically on a surprising number of occasions.
From Johnny Cash to “Moulin Rouge,” there’s a case to be made that these cover songs outstrip the originals.
Every “family” has conflicts. George Harrison and his fellow Beatles were no exception. So what brought him back into the Fab Four fold?
Nearly a half-century after Woodstock, we take a look at other artists of the era (Peter Max, The Beatles) and how the festival continues to impact American culture.