“BANG!” paints a colorful tale of a man driven equally by an intense love of music and a nagging awareness of his own mortality.
Some estimates put the ratio of Christmas songs to Jewish composers at 50 percent. If you consider the top 20 most popular songs, it’s even higher.
How should those who distribute and consume art deal with the artistic legacy of someone accused of sexual harassment and assault?5
Just six of its 46 songs were made by women, only twice the number included by the Barenaked Ladies, a group that — spoilers!— includes no ladies.
On CNN, Joel Pollak used the song “You’re 16” to defend the behavior that Senate candidate Roy Moore is accused of. Here’s the story behind that song.
Although he performed his only known Yiddish song at several concerts it was never included on any of his albums
First Lady Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau called Cohen “le grand gentleman charismatique qui nous séduisait:” The great man who seduced us.
“Bernstein was an unusually literate composer. He spent whole nights after days making music reading poetry, novels and most everything else.”
Domino’s story is inextricably intertwined with that of Lewis Robert “Lew” Chudd, born Louis Chudnofsky in Toronto in 1911.
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