Folks who are into music generally enjoy life’s other pleasures, too, including food and drink. So we thought it’d be fun to combine those two pursuits and see what comes of it.
Syd Barrett helped start Pink Floyd — and his influence was felt long after his departure. A new book captures his genius through his lyrics.
Singer Phil May helmed one of the proto-punk groups of the 60s, Pretty Things. David Bowie called him “God.” The Clash, The Ramones, and Nirvana agreed.
From Meg White to George Harrison, here are 5 examples of non-lead singers who took the mic and created a great song for their band.