The recent death of Ben Speer leaves the world of southern gospel music without a link to an important part of its heritage.
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin says she’s going to retire. Right after one last album. And maybe a few other things.
The list of notable deaths in 2016 is the longest I’ve ever seen. While it’s easy to remember a few, there are others who need not be forgotten. Take a look.
‘Tis the time of year for top 10 lists and our first one comes courtesy of Spotify which was kind enough to keep track of what I’ve listened to all year.
In looking at the state of the world, I’m finding that there are some answers in mass public dancing. At least it works that way in the movies.
The American Music Awards were last night. We didn’t notice. That’s a problem. Do awards shows even matter anymore?
For all the fear, the anxiety, the depression, and the worry, we put together a playlist to help get you through the days ahead.
Nudes with music. Maybe the music enhances the experience. Maybe the nudes enhance the music. Either way, it beats politics.
After this morning’s sermon on happiness, we felt like we could do with a group sing. So, we have the songs and the lyrics. You bring your voice and sing!
With all the controversy over the national anthem, we considered some alternatives and are of the opinion we need to write a new one that unites us all.
Can what you listen to affect how your food tastes? Not only is it possible, beer maker Stella Artois is better on it with new videos featuring The Roots.
Those moments when we are dreaming can be some of the most creative. So, could it be possible to tap that creativity while we’re still awake? Yes, it is.
The world seems like a very horrible place right now. Music provides a necessary distraction. 3 new songs dropped last night from major artists. Listen.
Everyone needs a theme song, don’t you think? Something that people hear and immediately identify with a specific person. I’m trying to find mine.
Some incredibly hot and sexy new music videos dropped this week. So, how do you determine which music and which videos are safe for your kids?
Seeing friends encounter a recent spate of unfriending leaves me bewildered. Why do we disconnect from people we once liked? Science has an answer.
This is going to be a stormy day. How do we cope? Mumford & Sons, Imagine Dragons, James Bay, Snow Patrol, and Iron & Wine. In no particular order.
Looking for a happy place sounds easy enough, right? Buddhist concepts might help a bit, but Schubert’s music messes it all up. Sigh. Friday.
When we can’t find the words to express what we feel, when we need something to push us forward, these songs are there for us.
Each day presents us with moments of sadness we cannot miss. However, there are also opportunities for smiles that we should not ignore. C'mon, smile.
Whether we’re talking about James Hinchcliffe, the BMAs, old sneakers, Vietnam, or #WorldTurtleDay, there is plenty of shoveling to be done this Monday.
There is no contest that can truly say one talent is better than the other. All we have is someone’s opinion. Maybe we need to find a better approach.
If you’re struggling to get through work on this Friday, you probably could use some music to help that struggle. Which should you listen to, though? We know.
Prince is either dead or returned to his home planet and here we are left mourning him and Chyna and others. Is digital immortality an answer?
There are thousands of great songs in the world, but only a handful qualify as being important enough that you want to share forever.
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