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Soul Survivor: The Real Legacy of Otis Redding

Jonathan Gould, author of a brand-new biography of Otis Redding, reflects on the priceless legacy of the artist beyond the music.


Author Michele K. Troy Retraces History of Books the Nazis Didn’t Burn

A little-known publisher survived the Nazi assault on literature, Björk tries to make her music more accessible than ever, and more in today's Daily Blunt.


Striking a Chord: The Key to Harmony in Music and Writing

Author and rock and roll "groupie" Pamela Des Barres talks about her love for music, and the importance of music in writing and everyday life.


That Time Elton John Stage-Bombed Iggy Pop in a Gorilla Costume

1973 was a big year for Elton John. He released his first chart-topper, finished his double-album opus, and...invaded Iggy Pop's stage dressed as a gorilla.


10 Weird and Wonderful Biographies on the Music of the 1970s

Welcome to the musical world of the 1970s in 10 books: from the era's most beloved stars, to cult musicians, to the power brokers behind the stage.


The Many Shapes of Music in Fiction, from Kunzru to Murakami

Kunzru and Murakami appreciate the power of song and acknowledge that music often exists in a space where certainty is hard to come by.