There’s no form of American music NOT influenced by New Orleans. “Up From the Streets” is a loving documentary and tribute to this unique city.
It’s hard to pinpoint just why the music of the Beatles always felt so good. Drummer Joe Bellia breaks it down to one word: Ringo!
The Wrecking Crew. The Funk Brothers. These session player groups made names for themselves outside of New York, but NYC had its own players and sound.
We lost Teddy Pendergrass a decade ago. His brilliant music lives on — and a new movie about his complex life is in the works.