The stars aligned in Muscle Shoals and produced a big hit for R.B. Greaves
This week the pre-Beatles spotlight shines on Atlantic’s Queen of R&B, the one and only Ruth Brown.
The Drifters were legendary for their music, and their story
Popdose breaks down the first five songs from Time-Life Music’s AM Gold: 1962 compilation album, and takes time to enjoy a classic 1980s Dom DeLuise commercial.
Everyone knows Ben E. King. He’s the guy who co-wrote and sang the immortal “Stand By Me,” which was a Top Ten hit in 1961, and again in 1987. True…
In what many people would have called an unlikely move, Crosby, Stills & Nash invited Neil Young join them in 1969. Their first album together took them to the top of the world.
Phil Collins jokes! Staten Island insults! Luke Perry in blackface! It’s the thirteenth day of Mellowmas!
One of my favorite pebbles of pop-culture minutiae is that Curtis Armstrong, the actor who played Herbert Viola on Moonlighting in the late ’80s and “Booger” in four Revenge of…