To celebrate October, autumn and U2’s recent marketing fiasco, here’s a few songs about the death of everyone’s favorite bad penny, rock ‘n’ roll.
They were as ubiquitous, at one point, as songs about girls.
Even lesser-known tracks continue to yield important insights, decades later.
George Harrison’s catalog, even more than a decade after his death, is widely underappeciated outside of the radio hits, a grievous thing.
I bristle when folks dismiss everything from this era as garbage.
A visit with singers who know what it means to lose heart.
“Rosalita” was the song that just had to be played before all important events.
We look back on a career that started and continues with CTA.
Time to recognize these as “klassics” in the Kinks songbook.
Gimme Five: Bruce Springsteen’s spiritual songs, including ‘My City of Ruins,’ ‘The Promised Land,’ ‘We Are Alive,’ others
On the search for salvation, both in this world and the next.