Richard Marx joins us to talk about his new album Beautiful Goodbye, writing songs with Ringo Starr and why it’s okay to break all of the rules.
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Kenny Rogers talks to Popdose about his reunion with Dolly and a planned duet with George Jones that unfortunately didn’t happen.
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
Put on your penis-shaped suit, it’s The Tubes.
In the final week of her 1980s Best Original Song adventure, Kelly takes a look at the nominees from 1987.
The Blue Sky Riders might be the best band you’ve never heard of (featuring a few people you might be familiar with).
Andrea Bocelli can sing whatever he wants. But that doesn’t always mean he should
That’s a wrap on AM Gold: 1973. This week may not offer a lot, but it does have David Foster!
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel conclude their look at Madonna’s career by discussing the odds and ends of her discography and their favorite Madonna videos.
In this week’s Death by Power Ballad, Rob Smith explores the Aristotelian undertones at play in Kenny Loggins’ “Forever,” only at Popdose.
Even the greatest artists make mistakes — including the mighty mighty Earth, Wind & Fire, as Jeff Giles discovers in this week’s Whoops! column.
In Episode 18 of Parlour to Parlour, Michael Fortes chats up Bill Spooner, former singer/guitarist and co-founder of the legendary San Francisco band The Tubes.
Survivor sends a thank-you note to Queen, Air Supply goes to Brooklyn, David Foster takes over Chicago and CSN inexplicably has a Top 10 hit — it’s all part of Jason Hare’s latest edition of CHART ATTACK!
He’s on the road with Chicago and on store shelves with a new CD, but Bill Champlin isn’t too busy to talk to Michael Fortes in a new Popdose Interview.