C.M. Kushins' Nothing's Bad Luck: The Lives of Warren Zevon opens with Zevon waking up in the middle of the night, confused and scared. The narrative quickly spirals into madness from there. Soon Warren
Only work with people you trust. If you don't respect an artist enough to lose an argument to them, you shouldn't be producing them I loved the record covers. I would ride a bus across town, going 45 just
The roots musician is inspired by the evolving legacy of the black string band. To grasp the significance of what the twenty-first-century folksinger Rhiannon Giddens has been attempting, it is necessary
OG History is a Teen Vogue series where we unearth history not told through a white, cisheteropatriarchal lens. On April 19, two professional American sports teams cut ties with Kate Smith’s 1939 rendition
One of the jazz world's most enduring artists, the influential 87-year-old guitarist and composer Kenny Burrell, is facing financial ruin and homelessness. His plight became public after his wife, Katherine
A remarkable new album by a husband and wife duo who quit their jobs to go all-in on their music is full of elegant contradictions that somehow converge into one of the best Americana albums of the year.
For an event dedicated to the vinyl revival, the setting couldn’t be more appropriate. In the mid-70s David Bowie sat in the same wood panelled room of Berlin’s Meistersaal, recording Low and Heroes. look