The Radiants were a Chicago group that deserved more success than they had
Ken Shane recommends some of the year’s best music books
The sixth episode of Songs of Freedom focuses on the subject of cultural — especially musical — appropriation, using the inexplicable success of the “Harlem Shake” meme as a jumping-off…
You have no idea what you’re missing. That’s what Judd Marcello’s here for. He says Levon Helm’s Midnight Ramble is a rare musical experience you must not miss.
In 1965, one of the most highly regarded blues bands ever assembled coalesced around harmonica genius Paul Butterfield. Their first album for Elektra Records remains a genre classic.
When you hear the name “Don Dixon,” you’re probably more likely to think of him in terms of his production career than for his accomplishments as a singer and songwriter…