With word that George Harrison’s sister, Louise, has died, here’s a conversation I had with her when she published a book called “My Kid Brother’s Band.”
I was a big fan and regular viewer of “Inside The Actor’s Studio,” but my favorite was this two-hour show in which host James Lipton interviewed Billy Joel in 1999.
The news of David Crosby’s death at 81 reminds me of these two pieces I wrote about him in 2019.
Mary McCartney’s documentary about the legendary Abbey Road studios reminds me of when I had the honor of broadcasting my radio show from there. Here’s the story.
Since I’ve been writing about classic rockers lately (Elton John, Daryl Hall, Todd Rundgren), I have to share a few thoughts about Howard Stern’s recent conversation with Bruce Springsteen.
I really enjoyed Elton John’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” concert at Dodger Stadium, which is now streaming on Disney+. Here’s why.
My wife and I went to see Daryl Hall in concert last night, with Todd Rundgren as the opening act, and wow, were we disappointed. Here’s why.
Take nine minutes out of your day to follow Teller’s recommendation for a beautiful visual representation of George Gershwin’s most famous composition — and that’s him playing the piano!