Have You Forgotten?

Have You Forgotten?

Regardless of one's politics, few could doubt the sincerity and passion of Darryl Worley's now-signature hit and title cut—and the magnitude of the single's connection with country listeners speaks for itself.
Fever to Tell

Fever to Tell

Armed with an EP, a single, a mountain of buzz, and singer Karen O's fashion sense, Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Yeah Yeah Yeahs have chosen Interscope to make their full-length debut.
Fame

Fame

In 1980, when Fame literally tapped into pop culture, the marriage of film and music was at its peak, with Grease, Saturday Night Fever, and Urban Cowboy paving the way, and Flashdance and Footloose waiting in the wings. Some 23 years later, the compositions that gave the flick its flair stand up as more than rhythmic reminders of bygone innocence.
Bonito

Bonito

Spanish group Jarabe de Palo's debut on Warner (after a long stint on Virgin/EMI) is simply—and optimistically—titled Bonito (Pretty).
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Gravity Kills keyboardist Doug Firley drops a custom-made, spring-loaded keyboard on his hand, shattering the bones in his right ring finger during a show in Allentown, Pa.
Do You Swing?

Do You Swing?

You have to love this band. After some 25 years, these hard-lovin', apparently hard-drinkin' guys from Queens, N.Y.
House of Blues, West Hollywood, Calif.

House of Blues, West Hollywood, Calif.

Despite on-air support from local NPR station KCRW, Canadian singer/ songwriter Kathleen Edwards faced a sparse house at the House of Blues for her Los Angeles debut. Maybe it was attrition because of the Easter/ Passover weekend or the lateness of the midnight gig (the second show of the evening at the Sunset Strip showplace), but many chairs on the floor of the 1,000-capacity venue were empty.
Damnation

Damnation

Swedish death-metal outfit Opeth walloped fans with a blistering attack with last year's set, Deliverance, but the quartet took a 180-degree turn with Damnation, the sister project that was recorded along with it.
Fiends of Dope Island

Fiends of Dope Island

Remember when rock'n'roll was fun? Psychobilly progenitors the Cramps do, and they've come crawling out of the Black Lagoon with their first album of new material in five years to prove it.
Meet the Girl Next Door

Meet the Girl Next Door

While promoting her promising 2001 debut, Based on a True Story, Lil' Mo was hit over the head with a champagne bottle after a San Francisco concert.
AttenCHUN!

AttenCHUN!

Bone Crusher grabs hip-hop by the throat with his So So Def/Arista debut, AttenCHUN! The aggressive Atlanta native is one of many new Southern MCs who are making a name for themselves in the hip-hop game by any means necessary.

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