This 1970 single was written by Joe South, and won Lynne Anderson a Grammy for Best Female Country Performance.
(Phoenix - busy year) [media id=17022] I probably don't have to say very much about Phoenix since they are doing incredibly well here in the U.S.
It's Friday, and that means it's time for our weekly dose of plagiarism speculation, Friday Night Ripoffs (?), though I must say that the question mar
Stetson tips to commenter Eldritch for recommending Raiatea Helm, this young Grammy nominated Hawaiian artist brimming with elegance and lung capacity
Former Oklahoma Sooner and Indiana Pacer Wayman Tisdale, one of the very small number of professional athletes to boast musical careers that stand up
Ain't Too Proud To Beg - The Temptations Norman Whitfield, 1940-2008, RIP Norman Whitfield, who passed away yesterday at age 67 in Los Angeles aft
Next Tuesday Buddy Guy will be releasing his new album, Skin Deep and if the title track and the tracks available on his website are any indication, t
When Count Basie first released "Jumpin' At The Woodside" in 1938 John McCain was still learning to ride a burro around his native Panama-- though Bas
Howlin' Wolf-- Chester Burnett-- is, undeniably, one of the greatest of the greats when it comes to the Blues. He wrote "Smokestack Lightning" 1956 an
Steve Earle has been a longtime Crooks & Liars fave and with Bush in the Middle East, who could resist the title track from his 2002 masterpiece,
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