Music history has put her in sleek, gold gowns. The late Patsy Cline was far more down-to-earth — and complex.
Our list honoring extremely popular — if not the most popular — tunes of the ’60s starts with Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline and ends with Paul Mauriat and The Fifth Dimension.
Janis Joplin, Sam Cooke, Mama Cass, and Brian Jones all left behind rich musical legacies after their tragic, untimely deaths. This bunch of excellent biographies goes deeper into their various stories.
She’s never been afraid to experiment with different styles. Now Cyndi Lauper is taking on country music with her album “Detour.”