Ever wonder what happens if you get to go backstage and meet your favorite musician after their concert? Based on my many experiences, it is always like this.
In all the years I’ve been going to live musical events, this was the first time I sat close enough to notice how young women get backstage passes.
Today I’m recommending another documentary which tells the stories of musicians whose names you didn’t know while they were working behind the stars and scenes.
I don’t have any major regrets in my life — except for this one. If only I could go back and tell my thirteen-year-old self what a bad decision it was.
My knowledge of classical music is equivalent to what I know about art: practically nothing. Nonetheless, I offer a few observations after attending a performance by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra recently.
The Playing For Change Foundation is back with another song recorded with musicians around the world. This time, it’s the Grateful Dead classic “Ripple.”
Forty years later, here’s how the Pretenders song, “Brass In Pocket,” was suddenly added to so many radio stations’ playlists and helped change a format.
I just discovered this Song Exploder podcast, in which Lindsey Buckingham went into detail about the making of one of the hits he wrote for Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 “Rumours” album.