Ron Dante & Tony Burrows: Two Men, Many Bands
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: “Fire on the mountain…”
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: 6 of Their Best
Paul Revere and The Raiders are often dismissed as a kitschy 60s act. But these songs show the depth of their musical talent.
Ken Sharp: For the Love of Power Pop
Ken Sharp has taken his passion for “power pop” into writing books and creating some fun albums. Our latest interview delves into his inspirations.
Box Tops to Big Star: Alex Chilton’s Painful Journey
Alex Chilton was a superstar at 16 and later became a power-pop icon with Big Star. Sadly, his life offstage was less than dazzling.