8 hours ago | Interviews
If there's an apex of achievement in the music business, Nile Rodgers is sitting atop it. The legendary record producer and native New Yorker has gone from unstable beginnings (he grew up in the Fifties in Greenwich Village with heroin-addicted pa...
6 days ago | Interviews
maverick noun: a person who refuses to follow the customs or rules of a group - Merriam-Webster When the Mavericks were last in New York, they drove the crowd at Town Hall into such a state of jubilation that people were dancing in the aisle...
10 days ago | Interviews
Alice Cooper said you can’t shock an audience anymore, and he’s right: there's not much that hasn’t already been done. Likewise, espousing a Satanic life philosophy is just another one of those things that some metal artists do with forked tongue ...
1 month ago | Concert Reviews
When the curtain at Radio City Music Hall lifted on Friday night to reveal the orchestra rising up from below as it launched into the first bars of “Anything Goes” popped and effervesced, it was an only-in-New-York type of minute, the sort of pris...
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2 months ago | Rock 'n' Roll
If you think you’ve heard all the Alice Cooper stories, think again. You haven’t heard them the way the original bass player, Dennis Dunaway, remembers them in his new memoir, out today, entitled Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! My Adventures...