Articles by Geoffrey Himes
The record that introduced millions of Americans to a new kind of music
The Simon and Garfunkel song catapulted the duo to stardom
The tall, lanky jazz musician will bring his unique talents to television this fall
From Elton John to Mika, the “glam piano” genre may be as integral to the Gay American experience as hip-hop and the blues are to the African American one
The new Meryl Streep vehicle is the latest in a long history of movies about bar singers
Even today you can visit the site where groups such as R.E.M. found a true artistic genius
What gives a musical group its identity? Is it the name on the poster or the people on the stage?
The attendees at this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival taught our music writer a step or two
At MerleFest, the banjo-pickers and guitar strummers bridge the old and new
Rock fans do their own investigative work to understand their favorite groups’ influences. So why can’t the rest of us get with the program?
There will always be a new music craze out to getcha, getcha, getcha