An excerpt from Bill Flanigin’s book, “Geometry, Weeds, Flowers and 8-Tracks” is a poignant look at how certain Tom Petty songs eased the pains of growing up.
Lizzie Bravo was a teenaged Beatle fan when she had the chance of a lifetime: singing on one of their hits. In this interview, she shares the story.
All three of Big Star’s albums made Rolling Stone’s list of the “Greatest Albums of All Time.” No wonder artists from REM to the Posies cite the band as a major influence.
Charlie Watts was the “heartbeat” of the Stones. A recent book breaks down why this timekeeper was one of the most masterful drummers of any genre.