Mon., August 24, 2015 3:00pm
As New Orleans Recovers, Will The Dew Drop Inn Swing Again?
The popular New Orleans club welcomed everyone, even when the city code enforced segregation. It's been closed since 1972, but there's now a crusade to rescue the venue for a new generation.
Mon., August 24, 2015 8:30am
The One Real Problem With Rolling Stone's 'Greatest Songwriters Of All Time'
There are many valid gripes with the magazine's selections who was left out, who was included but taken as a whole, the list reveals something disappointing about the way it was conceived.
Sun., August 23, 2015 10:30pm
Why Is 'Billboard' Asking Industry Execs If They Believe Kesha?
After an anonymous questionnaire circulated to "top music-industry executives" leaked online, questions arise about the industry publication's ethics and objectives.
Thu., August 20, 2015 12:30pm
In Classic Pop, Destroyer's Dan Bejar Finds A New Voice
For his latest album, Poison Season, the sometimes confrontational singer and songwriter, a master of reinvention, looked to the most iconic vocalist in American pop for an example: Frank Sinatra.
Wed., August 19, 2015 4:15pm
A Rational Conversation: Does Anybody Even Have Time For An 80-Minute Album?
In a musical environment that prizes economy and the listener's ability to shuffle, skip and create playlists, is there still a place for ambitious, sprawling albums meant to be consumed all at once?
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