David Bowie was a chameleon. And the “colors” in his music came from an array of inspirations, from jazz to rock, to the very unexpected.
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.
Between Elvis’ induction into the Army and Beatlemania, there was a period where novelty songs reigned supreme. What was their particular appeal?
It’s hard to pinpoint just why the music of the Beatles always felt so good. Drummer Joe Bellia breaks it down to one word: Ringo!