The boy looked at Johnny
I'm feeling good for a lot of reasons today and this song is one of them.
The great Patti Smith moved us all to tears with her beautiful poem in honor of Martin Luther King and in Occupy Wall Street Solidarity during the #J15 Candlelight Vigil at Riverside Church tonight, reminding us that it is the people who have the power.
On his birthday and in the spirit of Dr. King's vision for racial and economic equality, peace, and non-violence, Occupy Wall Street is holding candlelight vigils to unite our world in a global movement for systemic change.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with a live concert performance by Patti Smith at The Cellar Door in Washington D.C. in January 1976.
R.E.M. is set to release their fifteenth studio album Collapse Into Now on March 8th, and a few of the tracks are making their way around the interwebs. Bassist Mike Mills asserts that this album will be more 'expansive' than 2008's Accelerate,
Sandy Pearlman, the man who first applied the term "heavy metal" to music, has been using the concept of frisson, long used to explain "goosebumps" in
Lou Reed wrote "Pale Blue Eyes" in the late 60's and his band, the Velvet Underground, recorded in it 1968. Although the original, somewhat melancholy
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