Scott (Belmo) Belmer’s scrapbook retrospective ‘The Beatles Invade Cincinnati’ captures the hysteria surrounding Beatlemania.
Robbie Robertson’s son set out to reshape his father’s life as a children’s tale. He ended up with something that will resonate with everyone.
Neil Young is hardly the first famous musician to try painting, but he’s traveled a difficult road to get there.
As Peter Brotzmann speaks through ‘We Thought We Could Change The World,’ this becomes the rare book that reveals the essence of a man.
‘The Beatles and Me on Tour’ recounts Ivor Davis’ month traveling with the band as an embedded correspondent in 1964.
Bob Dylan spoke as part of a forthcoming Guthrie-related audio book.
Jon Kanis’ writing is interesting, intelligent, and intimate.
A fans-eye view shows how they impacted lives and, in turn, history.
Imagine being able to look up any Beatles song, album, or broader topic.
Morrell leads us on adventures that would make any music fan jealous.