Allen Toussaint recalls a moment in time with Paul McCartney. It says a lot about the spirit of the man who was at the heart of the New Orleans rhythm and blues scene. Tragically dead on November 10th from a sudden heart attack in Madrid at age 77, Toussaint leaves us with a masterful legacy highlighted by a soul full of quiet, selfless observations such as this.
That’s the question posed by researcher Richard Harker in his latest Radio Insights blog post and his response — to say the least — is troubling.
Once the butt of the roast, the candidate is now smacking down anyone in the G.O.P. who earns his displeasure.
“I was hooked on Beatlemania immediately and in the ’60s, the whole world, not just musically but every other way too was Dylan, the Beatles and the Stones. Then there was the second string after them...
A father's words still resonate today.
On August 19, 2015, Alan Frew’s life changed forever.
Is it too late to set federal policy priorities for communications? Does it matter?
Where Bryan Adams has become famous with his songs and lyrics, his manager has become celebrated for his staying power and that mouth of his that can be just as sharp as a shard of glass.
Local radio can work if the ingredients and the execution can provide listeners with relevant information and the feeling that the broadcaster is a participant in the community.
God works in mysterious ways, as the following job posting suggests....
Juan Rodriquez captures musicians rage for and against the political machine.
Rihanna is firmly in control of her life and career—but not of her image, which has veered between club-hopping temptress and poster child for victims of domestic abuse. Her dream is to go unnoticed grocery shopping.