Jukeboxes serve a simple yet critical role in bars everywhere. They can help you cope after a breakup, relax you after a long day of work, remind you of what you love most or fire you up and give you something to dance to. A jukebox used to be the imprint of a bar's spirit, hosting a select set of ... More >>
Pay no attention to limp performance behind the curtain.
"Can I get a binky for baby Bron-Bron?"Last night's NBA Finals game saw the Heat's hopes of a Game 3 win recede as fast as LeBron James' hairline. Well, almost. That hairline sure is making a run for it, though. Infamously covered by a curiously placed headband, LeBron's hairline is worthy of a ... More >>
The crowd at Obama's rally. (Brian Harkin)As all of us music snobs know, the true make of a person (and that includes candidates) is what music they listen to. Therefore, I offer you some selections piped through the speakers at both Obama’s and Clinton’s rallies. Choose wisely, in the primaries ... More >>
Movie musical of the musical of the movie is nowhere near divine
At long last, the spotlight replaces the Shadows that obscured the Funk Brothers
Arthur Lee was the mastermind of one of rock's most influential -- and most forgotten -- bands. Today he's in prison, and for the first time, he's talking.
Budapest One is a brand-new band making some venerable -- and tremendous -- rock and roll
Willie Hutch wrote one of the greatest songs ever, but he ain't done yet
Is bass legend Chuck Rainey falling through the cracks?
Bobby Patterson, Dallas' great unsung soul singer, gets his Second chance
Al Green returns with his first all-secular album since 1977