Ask any musician: the Hammond organ is a go-to sound for so many occasions.
The debate over “who was the 5th Beatle?” is always lively. Here’s a case for Billy Preston earning that distinction.
In 2008, a fire at Universal Music Group destroyed the irreplaceable work of countless recording artists. We just recently learned just how bad it was. Here’s why it’s a huge deal.
In the mood to curl up with a book? These great jazz autobiographies showcase everyone from Louis Armstrong to Miles Davis to Lady Day to Brother Ray.
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.