Buddy GuyAt 75, guitarist Buddy Guy remains as nimble of a string-bender as he was when his career started over 50 years ago. And what a career it's been: Eric Clapton calls Guy the greatest player ever, and, clearly, Guy has influenced generations of blues guitarists. He still makes gr ... More >>
Scorpions' Rudolph SchenkerSince The Scorpions didn't reach great commercial success until the late '70s and early '80s, many people don't realize that some form of the band has been around since 1965. 45 years later, and massive hits from the '80s such as "Rock You Like a Hurricane" and "No One ... More >>
It's about the artists, not the stars at the 31st annual USA Film Festival
The Blond Bomber flies from Waxahachie to Alan Freed, with a Strat as his sole defense
For 25 years, Bug Music has protected the rights of songwriters. In the process, it's gotten Willie Dixon's songs back from Led Zeppelin and transformed Iggy Pop into a TV commercial composer.
The Chieftains prove folk music can be popular -- as long as you record with Elvis Costello and The Rolling Stones
Carrey channels Kaufman, but is it worth a trip to the Moon?
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The youngest man in rock and roll, Ronnie Dawson gets hitched and grows up (sort of)
You got the Knack a long time ago, but Doug Fieger thinks you need it again
Essential bassist Tommy Shannon hangs in there
Ray Charles rules a far-flung kingdom
Gene Summers hasn't had to work a day job since 1958, but it took him more than 30 years to get back to the music he loved
Landmark local band packs it in
Four decades after his first record, Solomon Burke is still in the studio and in God's arms
Venal old fraud Pat Boone bellies up to the trough once more with an album of metal covers
Retro rascality or cultural imperialism?
After a self-imposed exile in Mexico and obscurity, a Texas bluesman comes home
Some of the best records are the ones never released
Bobby Patterson, Dallas' great unsung soul singer, gets his Second chance
More man than legend, Bob Dylan brings it all back home
Buddy Guy doesn't want money or fame, just a little respect