Gary Paxton had great “ears” when it came to producing hits. But his wild personal life was both colorful –and dangerous.
Ruthann Friedman was the furthest thing from “California,” but she captured a certain 60s vibe, writing one of the era’s most enduring hits.
The Association was one of those groundbreaking 60s groups, with their sunshine pop and stellar harmonies. A new book digs into their special legacy.
The Explorers Club has a fresh take on great songs by Paul Revere, Boyce and Hart, the Zombies and other tunes that go with warmer weather!