I sure hope you all like yourselves some shibuya-kei, 'cause that's what's on the menu for tonight.
Robert Plant, best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Led Zeppelin -- although he has also had a successful solo career -- was born on this day in 1948.
In February, Sony commissioned a remix of David Bowie's 1977 track "Sound and Vision" for an Xperia Z smartphone ad campaign. The stripped-down version lasted only 58 seconds, but it generated quite a buzz from Bowie fans, who yearned to hear the full cut. Now, they'll get their chance.
Founding Blue Oyster Cult keyboardist and guitarist Allen Lanier has died at the age of 66...
J.J. Cale, a quietly influential singer-songwriter who stayed in the background while better-known musicians had hits with his songs, including “After Midnight,” “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze,”passed away July 26th at a hospital in La Jolla, California. He was 74.
Video narrated by Reggie Watts, we are all paying the price of carbon pollution. It's time to put a price on carbon and make the polluters stop the carbon destruction.
Emerging folk artist Matt Pless is quickly becoming the quintessential Occupy folk hero, having traveled to Zuccotti Park from his native Baltimore with next to nothing but his guitar and his deceptively radical songcraft. Featured on the
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles featuring The Grand Ole Opry with "Little" Jimmy Dickens, Minnie Pearl, Del Wood, Chet Atkins and others. A slice of Americana from the 1950's, first broadcast over NBC's new Radio Series, Monitor on June 22, 1955.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Jazz Great Hugh Masekela, live at The Hollywood Bowl - August14, 1968.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Arthur Grumiaux 1967.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert featuring a historic broadcast from the archives of RSR Espace 2 featuring l'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande led by former Music Director Paul Kletzki in a concert recorded in 1967 and 1969, featuring the legendary Arthur Grumiaux, violin.
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