Before E.L.O. There Was The Move
Over a short period, Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevans, and Roy Wood helped forge what would eventually become Electric Light Orchestra. Revisit their roots via the trippy ’60s band, The Move.
The Final Album: George Harrison’s “Brainwashed”
At the end of his life, George Harrison mixed reflection with a commercial sound on his final album, “Brainwashed.”
Chris Cornell: “No One Sings Like You Anymore”
Chris Cornell was known for 90s grunge — but a new compilation of covers shows the range (and appreciation) he had for other genres.
ELO’s “Time”: An Underappreciated ’80s Odyssey
ELO did many intriguing “concept albums.” Their 80s project, “Time,” is one that often gets overlooked.
The 10 Best ELO Songs You May Have Never Heard
ELO married rock to classical, and created seriously innovative music. You may remember hits like “Telephone Line” but you should also check out lesser-known tracks like “Sweet Is the Night” and “Mister Kingdom” to get the full picture.