No one sounds like Eddie Van Halen. Pro musician Vinnie DeMasi explains a little of the magic to his technique.
Janis Joplin’s life burned hot and fast. A new biography digs deep into the things that made her an enduring figure of 60s counterculture and music.
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.