Barry Lenser lives and works in the Upper Midwest. He loves the Lord, his family, and the Packers.
The Killers are doing something right — they’ve been around for nearly 20 years. Now they’re set to release their sixth record, ‘Imploding the Mirage,’ due this Friday.
The Beach Boys are far more interesting than the casual fan might know. With summer right around the corner, it’s time to check out these classics and non-hits.
The Strokes are still together, with new music on the way. Against the odds, they never collapsed under the weight of a tumultuous career.
Lana Del Rey’s retro persona is built on images ranging from boozy film-noir fatalism to the open road and California self-invention.
This Mother’s Day, let’s acknowledge that Bonnie Hunt is more than simply a wonderful actress. She’s nothing less than the greatest ‘movie mom’ of all time.
Here you’ll find a playlist that combines conventional Mother’s Day tunes with others that might not tug at the heartstrings but are still germane to the topic.
Revisit these five songs from their previous records to get into the Vampire Weekend zone ahead of Friday’s new release, ‘Father of the Bride.’
The 1970s singer-songwriter never received the mainstream accolades he deserved, but he still had a prolific career worth checking out.
Everything that makes Keith Richards such an improbably lovable figure is on display in the book, making it the perfect way to celebrate his 75th birthday.
‘The White Album’ may not be the Beatles’ best record, but it is definitely the one that’s the most fun to sift through, break down, and talk about.
Filmed in 1987, ‘Black and White Night’ is your best introduction to Roy Orbison.
The Wilburys were the ultimate rock supergroup: Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and Jeff Lynne. What a stunning collection of talent.
Think of it as both a thematically unified playlist and a career overview that highlights a handful of Radiohead’s greatest songs.
This list includes deep cuts, lesser-known singles, and a few personal favorites, with at least one song from every decade of Paul McCartney’s’s post-Beatles career.
Legend, myth, storytelling, preservation of memory — these ideas constitute the thematic heart of ‘The Sandlot.’ For its 25th anniversary, the film returns to theaters July 22 and 24.
Expect his new album to include that potent mix of technical mastery or ambitious style and humor that marks his work.
Despite the rock genre’s diminished status among consumers of new mainstream music, the release of ‘TBH&C’ is kind of a big deal.
Identities will (probably) be revealed. Lives will (probably) be turned upside down. This is it. The much-anticipated payoff is coming.
Maybe you understood U2 to be vaguely spiritual or quasi-Christian-but-who-really-knows. Listen to these songs again, and reconsider.
Entering the 2017 campaign, there wasn’t much basis for thinking the elegant Swiss maestro was primed for a career renaissance.
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