It may not get its due, but 1968 helped alter rock's reality
Here are some songs to enjoy on the Fourth of July
Tragedy strikes one of Hialeah's up-and-coming DJs
Bluesman Jimmy Thackery isn't slowing down
The World Has Made Me the Man of My Dreams (EmArcy/Decca/Universal)
Betty Davis (Light in the Attic)
John Hammond keeps pluckin
Guitar Hero cranks rhythm-gaming up to 11.
If you weren't at this landmark blues concert, Lightning in a Bottle will do
This lady really sings the blues
Dr. Jane has a chimp on her shoulder
Blazing Arrow (MCA)
DJ Immortal marries classic rock to new-school hip-hop
Murali Coryell doesn't exactly walk in daddy's footsteps
Rabid anti-Castro Cubans poop on Irakere's party in West Palm Beach
D.A. Pennebaker doesn't make history, but he's captured so much of it
Ego: Echo (Young God Records)
The Clash, The Isley Brothers
"Legends of Rock and Roll"
May 6 - 12, 1999
The saga of Billy Yeager, a wannabe rock star who turned rejection and hoaxes into an art form. Now his story has become a feature-length movie. We think.