Sep 21, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Brooksville feels the blues
Jonalynn Varga, center, of Brooksville dances and sings along with Wendy Rich & the Soul Shakers band as they play Kiss by Prince and the Revolution at the Bluesapalooza music festival in downtown Brooksville on Saturday.
Here Come the Mummies, Nashville funkateers, talk 'Drildo,' Hall & Oates before Huntsville show
Nashville bandage-wrapped funk collective Here Come the Mummies utilize the leaf-blower-sized device during live performances of a song called, what else, "You Know The Drill," which opens their latest album "Cryptic."
Summer Songs 1985-2012: The Top 10 Tunes of Each Summer
Hot weather plus nostalgia makes for a potent mix . In order to aid your festive flashbacks, we analyzed the Billboard Hot 100 chart for each of the past 28 years and came up with this definitive list of the 10 jams that pumped out of your stereo most between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Las Vegas Herald
Idea by Doctor landed Prince in jail
I give unto thee: the greatest Prince story you have never heard . This story comes from Matt "Doctor" Fink, Prince's keyboardist from 1978 to 1990.
Andre Cymone's a long way from Prince and The Revolution, but the musicial influence endures
The original bass guitarist for the Revolution, Cymone was recently at First Avenue to perform for "2nd Annual Benefit 2 Celebrate Life!" Bobby Z was the first drummer for the Revolution, and he also was joined at his fundraiser for the American Heart Association by other original members, Cymone answered a few questions during the sound check.