Giuseppe Capotondi’s latest looks at the dark inauthenticity of the art world.
Thanks in part to a long partnership with the late Cash McCall, Prather has played with the likes of Willie Dixon, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, and Etta James.
I was at a wedding last week when a rowdy, intoxicated record collector cornered me and exclaimed, “The Rolling Stones! Name another band that’s been going as long!” Usually I don’t play these sorts of games, especially at weddings, but this time I had to admit he’d stumped me—I don’t count reunion tours with only […]
A new exhibit at Navy Pier doesn’t add much to the band’s legacy.
Martin Scorsese’s new drama takes a muddled look at rock ‘n’ roll in the 1970s.
A long-gestating documentary looks at the session players who created the west-coast sound.
Artist on Artist: John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants nerds out with Abraham Levitan of Shame That Tune
Rock revivalists accidentally revive an icky part of rock’s past