Jerry Lee Lewis

When The Killer Lives: Jerry Lee Lewis AT BB King’s, Thursday, October 30th, 2014, Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | October 28, 2022

put back on his rock and roll hat

In Memory Of The Killer: Twenty Essential Songs from Jerry Lee Lewis

By Steve Crawford | October 28, 2022

We won’t even speculate on how his fifth wife died.

Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – March 1978 (Volume 9, Number 10)

By Steve Crawford | September 15, 2022

nerds rule the world

Who Would Be Canceled Today?

By Alyson Camus | August 14, 2020

Can I safely say all of them?

People’s Perception Of Art And Artists Is Evolving For The Worse

By Alyson Camus | July 7, 2020

It’s all about staying in a safe place, on a safe subject

The 1,000 Greatest Songs of the 1980s – 990 to 981

By Steve Crawford | January 10, 2019

The John Hughes edition

1,000 Greatest Songs of the 1960s – 100 to 91

By Steve Crawford | July 30, 2018

thrash metal sounds tame, the Stooges sound constrained, hardcore punk seems neutered, and the Sex Pistols sound like wimps

Stub Heaven: The Review And The Stub To Prove It: Jerry Lee Lewis In 1997

By Iman Lababedi | January 9, 2018

the control and ease of a complete master


By Alyson Camus | November 20, 2017

Thanksgiving week means fewer shows than usual

Direct Current's Upcoming Album Releases Through October 2014

By Iman Lababedi | July 20, 2014

we patiently await the inevitable passing of time so we can get our hands on, er, the Beck Song Reader? well, certainly Van Dyke Parks who we can assume will not be streaming his next album on Spotify, Spider Bags out August 5th (can’t wait for that one, their last was my fave album of 2012), Jenny Lewis and Blake Mills (though not together) and Jerry Lee Lewis

1973 – The A+ List

By Steve Crawford | June 3, 2014

“Love Train,” The O’Jays. Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, the kings of the Philly soul sound, wrote and produced this #1 hit. The O’Jays formed in the late 1950s, but had no success until 1972, when Gamble and Huff produced “Back Stabbers” for the group. The O’Jays smartly stayed with G&H for the rest of the decade. For the love of money, if nothing else.

The 30 Greatest Country Songs of the 1950s

By Steve Crawford | November 5, 2013

The Board of Directors at rock nyc typically restricts these lists to 25 songs, but I pushed this list to thirty so I wouldn’t have to artificially limit the number of Hank Williams entries. I have enough to explain to St. Peter without adding that oversight to my resume. OK, let’s start drinking and cheating, 1950s style.