The Rock Concert – A (Crazy) Oral History
They started as sock hops then morphed into legendary arena shows. The new book, “Rock Concert,” traces the rise of a cultural touchstone.
“Scarred for Life: TV In the 1980s” – A Review
Whether we were camped out watching MTV or some of the darker cartoons or miniseries, 80s TV had a darker subtext as this new book shows.
U2’s “Unforgettable Fire”: A Turning Point
For their fourth album, U2 channeled deeper aspects of both America and their native Ireland. It proved one of their most interesting.
Catching Up with Big Country’s Bruce Watson
Big Country had one of the most distinctive sounds of the 80s. And they continue to share unreleased music. Guitarist Bruce Watson catches us up.
Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats Are Back
Live Aid overshadows the legacy of Bob Geldof and the Boomtown Rats. But a new album shows just why their music legacy is such a big deal.