In the late ‘70s, the Eagles were on top of the world thanks to their massively successful album, Hotel California. The LP’s third single, “Life in the Fast Lane,” released on May 3, 1977, kept them on top.
Musical Exchange: Chris Thile Navigates Crossovers, Collaboration, and the Purusit of Creative Freedom
Examining the varied musical collaborations of a MacArthur Grant winner and how they've changed his career.
The specter of death was following Prince around well before he died on April 21, 2016.
By the time Carole King wrote “I Feel the Earth Move,” a double A-side released with “It’s Too Late” in April 1971, she wasn’t yet 30 and had already penned some of the biggest hit songs of the ‘60s.
There are A-sides picked by record companies, and there are A-sides fans demand to hear. “It’s Too Late” falls into the latter category.
If you do creative work, what value do you put on it? A conversation with Liz Hart, the first woman A&R at XL Records, manager of an Oscar-nominated artist, and creative producer.
The soundtrack for Promising Young Woman pushes into a deeper layer of women's relationship to music.
Roughly one in four women will have one. You probably know one of them, whether she’s told you about it or not. As of 2017, they’re at a record low rate in America, thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that birth control is covered by private insurance as out-of-pocket costs. That’s right: we’re talking about abortion.
This song was the source of a lot of firsts for the Beatles.
Doughnuts are, blessedly, everywhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It’s a proven fact that a deep-fried round of dough makes getting through a tough morning a little bit easier, especially when there are so many killer local options.
Lily Cornell Silver hadn’t been in lockdown long when she realized her mental health was starting to deteriorate.
One nipple dealt a massive change to how Instagram handled #freethenipple in art. It happened to belong to Rihanna.
2020 finds the Recording Academy’s board facing their biggest woman problem yet: their newest CEO and president, Deborah Dugan.