Music legend John Lennon’s life was cut tragically short four decades ago.
The funk legend advocates a melting pot approach in a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone.
The producer behind a group of music legends has passed away at the age of 90.
An example of how copyright laws have been perverted to protect corporate interests rather than encourage artistic creativity.
The recording industry has sent its 25 millionth Google takedown notice, trying to kill links that sprung up because of earlier takedown notices.
As of today, John Dingell has been a Member of Congress for 20,997 days, a new record. That’s not something to celebrate.
Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” popularized reggae in America 40 years ago this month.
Seems that the answer continues to be “no.”
Technically, you don’t own your digital music files. That means you can’t transfer them to your heirs after you die.
Watching the news and reading the op-eds makes it clear: America is doomed.
News that Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik was a fan of anti-Islamist sites, including Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch and Pamela Geller’s Atlas Shrugs has opened a big can of schadenfreude.
They’re letting anyone into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame these days.
The Atlantic’s Dave Thier laments that, “The Beatles on iTunes Means Your Kids May Never Hear ‘Her Majesty’
An imaginary letter from Mick Jagger to “the journalist Bill Wyman” in reference to Keith Richards’ new autobiography has been making the rounds. Oddly, everyone seems to think Jagger actually wrote the piece.
The blogosphere spends more time dissecting the lyrics of a classic Beatles song than John Lennon did in writing them.
A Vanity Fair piece imagines what John Lennon’s life would have been like had he survived an assassin’s bullet.
All great rock music was recorded by the time John Bonham died. Or was it?