| Jul 5, 2011
Jane Scott was a code breaker for the Navy during World War II. She owned a wind-up Victrola. And the first song she ever loved was from the big band era: a Jimmy Rushing hit for Count Basie called "Sent for You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)." So...
| Jul 19, 2011
| 3:58 PM
Soul songwriter Jerry Ragovoy wrote one of his more famous tunes – "Time Is On My Side," which turned into a massive hit for the Rolling Stones — under the pseudonym of Norman Meade.
He was saving his own name for the works he planned to...
| Jul 23, 2011
| 9:59 AM
British pop singer Amy Winehouse was reportedly found dead inside her London apartment Saturday afternoon.
According to several reports, emergency medical services were called to Winehouse's flat where they discovered the unconscious pop star.
| Jul 23, 2011
| 3:33 PM
Amy Winehouse, who was found dead Saturday at her home in London, left behind a small body of celebrated work and immeasurable unfulfilled promise. She was 27.
Authorities were investigating the cause of the British singer’s death. But, sadly, it...
| Jul 24, 2011
British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse was a phenomenon: a Jewish girl from a London suburb with a retro beehive, a devil-may-care attitude and a voice that channeled Aretha Franklin and Ruth Brown. Music industry figures on both sides of the Atlantic...
| Jul 23, 2011
| 2:46 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - Amy Winehouse, one of the most talented singers of her generation whose hit song "Rehab" summed up her struggles with addiction, died in London on Saturday at the age of 27.
The Grammy winner, famed for her black beehive hair,...
| Jul 26, 2011
| 1:11 PM
With Amy Winehouse's funeral held Tuesday in London, she joins a growing list of musicians whose lives ended too soon. She's joined the ranks of fellow rockstars like Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, who all died at the age of 27. Together, they make up...
| Jul 31, 2011
I've long considered Ellen Willis something of a hero. I hope I live longer than she did (Willis died in 2006, at 64), but otherwise, it's an exemplary life. She was the first pop music critic of the New Yorker, writing 56 pieces for the magazine from...
| Aug 4, 2011
Baron Wolman, the first chief photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine stopped by to talk about his new coffee table book "The Rolling Stone Years" featuring iconic and rare photos plus the stories behind the photos of his work at the early days of Rolling...
| Aug 12, 2011
| 9:26 AM
Taking photographs of birds wasn't always on Michael Oberman's list of things to accomplish in life.
Yet nowadays, the Columbia resident says he "would rather be around a great blue heron than James Brown," one of the 300 music greats he interviewed...
| Aug 26, 2011
| 9:01 AM
Dana Fuchs has two powerful weapons in her creative arsenal; a commanding voice and an emotional delivery that brings people to their knees in reverence or to their feet in adulation. It's usually the latter.
Fuchs' incredible vocal instrument, a raspy...