Songs reflecting social/cultural upheaval are among some of the most powerful American music. We take a look at some classics — and new ones on the rise.
Paul Revere and The Raiders are often dismissed as a kitschy 60s act. But these songs show the depth of their musical talent.
“Easy Rider” was groundbreaking as a movie. So was the soundtrack. On its 50th anniversary, here’s the backstory.
Richie Furay is a founding architect of the Country Rock genre. And contemporaries like Don Henley, Jim Messina, Timothy B. Schmidt and more recognize it. You should too.
Joni, CSN&Y, Dylan, the Beach Boys…”Echo In the Canyon” is a new documentary tracking the musical genius that emerged from Laurel Canyon during a particular time.