Tom Verlaine Wasn’t B&W Television
While Television wasn’t as big as Blondie or Talking Heads, their influence on punk is inescapable. A look at late frontman Tom Verlaine.
John Cale and Todd Rundgren: The First Were The Best
John Cale and Todd Rundgren each had their own careers, but — as producers –they also worked their magic on several memorable debut albums.
Jim Carroll – More Than “People Who Died”
Jim Carroll made a public name with his hit song “People Who Died.” Many forget this punk poet was a gifted writer, as well.
Moms Who Gave “Birth” to Great Songs
Few things inspire a female singer-songwriter more than the profound experience of motherhood. For Mother’s Day, here are five great examples.
“She-Bop”: The Role of Women In Rock
It’s no secret that women in rock have had a hard slog. The new reissue of “She Bop” recounts exactly the hills they’ve had to climb.