No covers, no scores, no musical numbers — all originals.
A look back at the long and varied history of songs paying tribute to people, places, and things.
A collection of the jaw-dropping second hits that knocked everyone out.
When referencing Moby Dick, the music legend used a number of phrases far too similar to SparkNotes to be pure coincidence.
Legendary singer-songwriter traces his own influences both in music and literature.
D.A. Pennebaker’s classic documentary captured Dylan as we’ve never seen him before or since.
Grab your sunscreen, get a Tinder date, and catch as many of these acts as possible.
The gadget was trained using 23,000 arrangements of Irish folk music.
Here’s why pretty much everyone listened to the radio in the ’90s.
Damned if we can remember where we were, but here’s what we listened to and still do.
Battling the final stages of Alzheimer’s, the prolific country music star says his goodbyes.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Bob Dylan, Future, Migos, Flume, The Shins, and many more.