Thinking back on the songs she has sung and created, it's pretty astounding that Carly Simon was and is so brutally honest in both her happiness and her strife.
This time capsule of a concert showcases the band from the hard edged "Keep Yourself Alive" to the band's very first monster hit, "Killer Queen" with a total of 17 songs recorded live.
Capitalizing on both his Broadway and "Glee" successes, he is releasing his second solo CD, "Songs for You," which is really a gift to Gleeks worldwide!
There are many things one expects to see at a King Diamond concert. There should be evil and or spookish décor on stage. There should be smoke and mist in abundance. There should be theatrics and possibly satanic symbolism.
The new cast recording by this member of the new musical theater wave takes us on a teen journey caused by a "super pill."
With Hillary pursuing the presidency, this satirical musical mocks her husband's tenure as Commander in Chief.
A diverse and entertaining evening from the "54 Below" series features this up-and-coming star on the Broadway scene, currently starring as the title role in "Sylvia."
Enya will guarantee that time will unwind and be revived by the passionate treasures found on "Dark Sky Island."
When Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" arrived on Top 40 playlists, there'd been nothing quite like it in years: this song was personal, direct, desperate. But aside from its undeniable excellence, there was little reason to expect it to be a hit.
"Made in the A.M." is a fitting send off for the boy band as they head into hiatus.