The American singer-songwriter recalls meeting Walter as a candidate to produce her second record and how her trepidation was swept aside by his generosity of spirit.
News of Skip's death spread quickly on Facebook, and many shared their thoughts about the man, musician and life force. Here's what some of them had to say.
Bob Lefsetz recently swooned over a concert by the Brit crooner at the LA Forum, and his rapturous praise drew some strong applause from his readers. We've included several of these in today's column.
Mimi’s stage was about as energetic as she was. There was nothing to it. A throne in the middle, that’s it. No extra lighting. No platform...
We are beset by—and immersed in—apps and devices that are quietly reducing the amount of meaningful interaction we have with each other.
New research links commercial art market success with how often artists talk about themselves.
More from Liona's new memoir.
The great Canadian guitarist shares her thoughts on love in an excerpt from her new autobiography, No Remedy for Love.
Emil Gilels was hounded to his death by his KGB brother-in-law, who also spied on Mstislav Rostropovich.
Taking to social media in the wee small hours, the author of hits like 'Wichita Lineman', 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' and 'Galveston' wrote the following:
The goal of CanCon laws were both to protect Canadian culture and to promote our own unique culture. If we copy what radio is doing in the US, we’re doing very little to help promote and protect Canadian culture.