Our list honoring extremely popular — if not the most popular — tunes of the ’60s starts with Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline and ends with Paul Mauriat and The Fifth Dimension.
Our interview with Courtney Von Drehle and Bela Balogh looks at the 20-plus-year history of a small chamber orchestra that has been hailed by the likes of Steve Berlin of Los Lobos and Oscar-winning filmmaker Joan Gratz.
The other half of The Other Favorites, talks music, wine and eighth-grade talent shows. And why working with Anthony Hopkins’ 2012 album requires Chianti…and fava beans.
This Q&A with the host of “Wine & Vinyl” also covers Josh Turner’s new album “Naysayer” and his experiences touring France.
In this interview with the boundary-pushing British film composer (“Woodshock,” “Nancy”) he shares a few thoughts on how music should work in 21st-century film. And the critical reason you should stay for the last song that plays over the closing credits.