Ray Stevens is one of the most unique singers of the past four decades. He’s been able to blend comedy with achingly beautiful songs, and now at 70, he says his creativity is just as strong as ever.
He sunk his life savings into a vinyl record store, and he struck a chord with people who longed for the simple, beautiful sounds of a record spinning on a platter.
It’s just a small publicity photo — or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?
You may not know the name but you probably recognize his face from his various TV and movie roles. But it’s what he did in his youth that you need to know about.
He reached the top of the charts with the Turtles in the 1960s, but he learned the hard way that the music business wasn’t always a happy place. Professor Flo now schools a new crop of performers about the real music biz.
Feeling nostalgic? The Original Pop Art Diva, Terri Dennis, has your fix. Her cool Web site has color, fun and art you won’t see anywhere else.
The Florida Highwaymen were 26 African-American artists who traveled the state in the ’50s and ’60s selling paintings along the roadside. Ignored at the time, today their works are highly sought-after collectibles.
The unmistakable voice behind songs like “Dancing in the Streets” and “Nowhere to Run” is more powerful than it’s ever been.
If you have ever loved comic books, you’ll want to meet Craig Shutt.