Adding to the canon of female rock memoirbilia, now, is none other than Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders. While no specific details have been revealed, the book is set to come out Sept. 8.
Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" has been noted as one of the notable films of 2014. But for the writer-director, the opening scene may have been the hardest scene to create. Nevertheless, he found a way to jam pack all the most important ingredients into one, compact opener.
In an era where hyper-famous stars like Ariana Grande are rumored to resent their fans and walk out in the middle of photo shoots, legends like Sting invite their fans backstage for exclusive interviews--even if they are 6-years-old.
Sometimes it takes one dinner to change the trajectory of one’s life. For Mr. Seymour Bernstein, a dinner that he was invited to by a pupil of his brought him to Ethan Hawke who has put out a documentary about the 87-year-old piano teacher entitled "Seymour: An Introduction."
Tori Amos is one of the rare products of '90s music that has managed to stay relevant in an ever-changing musical landscape. At 50-years old, the singer-songwriter's latest album, Unrepentant Geraldines, continues her legacy as a piano-playing heavyweight.
Broadway lyricist Tim Rice, a Classicalite favorite mentioned before for his credits on Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Jacket, is not only known for his accolades but his contributions to the screen with some of the most heartfelt songs in the children's entertainment canon.