Inside, the music playing during that monumental year.
1968 was a pivotal year for film and television
First, came Boogie Woogie
Rick Hall’s music imprint is beyond influential. Find a playlist and more from last night’s Music 101 dedication to the “Father Of Muscle Shoals Music”, who passed away last week.
Music 101 starts 2018 on a sad note. On January 2, the music world lost music producer, songwriter, founder of FAME studios, and the “Father of Muscle Shoals Music”, Rick Hall
Making resolutions is easy. Keeping them is hard. The Colorado Sound staff shares their music goals for 2018.
Music 101 focused on Doo Wop last night. Here’s a history of the music and a playlist from the show.
When you think of America in the 1950’s, likely at some point your mind goes to Doo-Wop. For such short-lived popularity on the charts, Doo-Wop has lived a much more full life in nostalgia.
It’s the club no one wants to join – and there are more folks on the list than you might realize.
The freedom to ramble and roam, long a trademark of American culture, was vastly opened in post-war culture, and the Beats not only embraced it – they practically defined it