Remembering Jerry Lee Lewis: “Nobody Follows the Killer”
The loss of Jerry Lee Lewis represents the end of a key era in rock and roll history. We take a look at his raucous legacy.
Scotty Moore: A Founding Father of Modern Guitar
He played alongside a legend, but Scotty Moore’s work on the guitar was also legendary. Here we look at the artist and his contribution to rock music.
Pop Music of the 1950s Was Way Cooler Than You Think
There was certainly a transition in music from the 1950s to the 1960s. But 1950s pop music wasn’t simplistic or sappy as some would have you believe.
ZZ Top: Their Netflix Doc Is Not Another Texas Tall Tale
For fifty years (and counting) ZZ Top has been delivering their brand of Texas blues-funk. A new Netflix documentary captures their wild ride.
“Breaking It Down” Podcast: Where Is the Love?
Our latest episode of the Breaking It Down podcast looks at artists and bands that fall somewhere between “guilty pleasure” and “absolute legend,” revered by fans but not the masses.