From the rock stage to the art studio, Ronnie Wood has left a unique mark. A new documentary traces his complicated life and career.
“The music of The Bookends is a groovy throwback to 1960s pop” as their fun, sophomore album, “Calliope,” aptly shows.
The complex rhythms of boogie-woogie were originally meant for dancing. And this joyful jazz still has the power to get you on your feet.
Ken Womack’s “John Lennon: 1980” is an engaging look at a pivotal year. It paints a portrait of a happy man – which is something, at least.