A new season of TvOne’s documentary series “UnSung” launches next week with episodes dedicated to Nate Dogg, KC & The Sunshine Band and more!
Let’s go to the movies! The Blerd Radio team discusses the marriage of film and rock in the latest podcast.
A playlist featuring some of my favorite New York songs.
Beta Play celebrates the release of their new EP with a video for “Electric 22”.
A Tribe Called Quest’s legendary debut album is being remastered and repackaged to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
The men of Dawes release a star-studded new video for the title track of their new album.
Is Phil Collins still one of those guys who should be considered a guilty pleasure? Fuck that. I’ve been re-thinking the whole “guilty pleasure” thing anyway (you like what you like), but even though Phil’s music was the mainstream-iest of the mainstream during his heyday (roughly 1984-1991), there’s no denying the man’s talent. To be a fantastic singer is one thing. To be a fantastic (and versatile) vocalist, “A” class drummer, solid songwriter and stellar producer? Phil’s got the juice-no […]
I’ve spent a lot of time on this site raving about the TVOne docu-series UnSung, a show that has brought forth renewed interest in a bevy of R&B and rap acts from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. One artist who practically defines the term “unsung” (and probably isn’t high-profile enough to be covered by the show’s producers) is Betty Davis. Betty never sold a lot of records, never had a radio hit in any format, and has mostly disappeared from […]
Storytime With Julian Velard! Tonight, He Tells Us About “The Night Ed Sheeran Slept On (His) Couch”
Singer/songwriter Julian Velard reminisces on “The Night Ed Sheeran Slept On My Couch” in his new video.
An appreciation of George Michael’s “Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1”, 25 years (or so) after its release.
The Foreign Exchange give you that good grown-folks soul music on their new album, “Tales From The Land Of Milk And Honey”.