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Fifty years ago, Jimi Hendrix’s Woodstock anthem expressed the hopes and...

Mark Clague, University of Michigan One of the most powerful, searing renditions of the national anthem ever recorded, Jimi Hendrix’s iconic Woodstock anthem, almost never...

The ghost of Roy Orbison goes on tour – and some...

Peter Lehman, Arizona State University In January, the production company Base Hologram announced its forthcoming Roy Orbison hologram tour, “In Dreams,” with the U.S. leg...

Was Chuck Berry the lone genius he’s made out to be?

Tim McFarlin, Elon University In the days following Chuck Berry’s death, commentators have trampled over each other in a race to honor him...

A Glass of Wine with Lead Singer of The Shelters, Josh...

"It’s pretty clear that the biggest rock bands don’t do as well as the biggest country, pop or hip hop groups. There’s definitely a struggle to maintain a good spirit about the state of rock and roll when you see people who you feel are doing less, maybe lugging less equipment or bring a laptop on stage to run tracks, and they’re the ones making all the big money."

Singles Market: Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Heathens’

So apparently rock music is dead.

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Increased typhoon intensity linked to ocean warming

Wei Mei, University of California, San Diego Every year, typhoons over the western North Pacific – the equivalent to hurricanes in the North Atlantic –...