When “In-Jokes” Come “Out” In Records
Whether it’s a sly dig at a rival or just a fun way to say something naughty, these in jokes pop up on some pretty big hits.
Rockeology: When 48th Street Was the Center of the Universe
Manny’s Music and Sam Ash were the heart of NYC’s music scene. Rock stars, jingle guys, blues musicians all shopped there. And oh, the stories to tell.
Pattie & Jenny Boyd: Music’s Marvelous Muses
Pattie & Jenny Boyd were quintessential 60s “dolly birds” who captured the hearts of some of rock’s biggest names.
George Harrison: The Not-So-Quiet Beatle
George Harrison had a reputation for being spiritual — but he was known to drop the hammer on many occasions. Here are just a few.
Rip This Joint: “Exile On Main Street” At 50
Fifty years ago, the Stones released “Exile On Main Street.” Mick described it as “runaway outlaws using the blues as a weapon.” We concur.