David Bowie made his first talk-show appearance the other night on the Dick Cavett Show and, though the singer apparently
Reclining in a chair regal enough for a man who has sold 35 million records, Tommy James seems relaxed and
Outside St. Louis’s Ambassador Theater, throngs of teenagers approach the ticket window where, one by one, they are waved away.
The Stampeders spent years struggling in a little town in western Canada before becoming one of the country’s biggest bands and scoring a major worldwide hit with “Sweet City Woman.”
This combination autobiography/story of a radio station/history of a radio show begins with an acknowledgement apparently aimed at me and
Bob Neuwirth can be a bit unsubtle. On the one hand, he emphasizes that he doesn’t want to be known