Today in 1966, “The Monkees” debuted on TV. Here’s a thoughtful reflection on how the “pre-Fab Four” impacted a generation.
There’s such a thing as “too much” talent. These two singers repeatedly hit it big. But both faced some blowback for their chart presence.
Vassar Clements brought the fiddle into pop music — and stretched both its boundaries and its presence. But his curious life held much more.
Paul Revere and The Raiders are often dismissed as a kitschy 60s act. But these songs show the depth of their musical talent.