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20 Hits of the '80s You Might Not Have Known Are Covers
19 Feb 2017 // 9:00 PM

There were many hit cover versions in the '80s, some of well-known originals, and some that fans may be surprised are covers.

Revisiting 'The Bodyguard': A Romantic Blockbuster for Adults
14 Mar 2012 // 6:00 PM

The legacy of the The Bodyguard, beyond the greatness of Whitney, the vision of Kasdan, and the wisdom of Costner, is that it's possible to please the public and produce profit on a massive scale by intelligently presenting the complexities of adult love.


Dead Stars Tell No Tales: Whitney Houston's Death Casts New Light Onto Memoirs by Two '70s Pop Stars
28 Feb 2012 // 4:00 PM

Just as the winners of the war tend to write the history books, only survivors write memoirs. Nile Rodgers' Le Freak and Gil Scott-Heron's The Last Holiday.


Whitney Houston: Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition
18 Mar 2010 // 5:00 PM

In 1985, Whitney Houston was singing with power, emotion, flash, and style, and she had the ability to leave entire audiences stunned.


Whitney Houston and the Wages of Fame
16 Feb 2012 // 12:30 AM

Pop diva Whitney Houston's death this past weekend was sad, yet not wholly unexpected -- nor were the efforts to instantly beatify the singer, a response common in regards to celebrities who die prematurely and as a result of their own appetite for destruction.


Whitney Houston’s drug issues resonate within the industry
8 Mar 2012 // 12:45 AM

LOS ANGELES — Whitney Houston’s death last month on the eve of the Grammy awards still has fans and the music industry reeling, but it

Will we always love Whitney?
14 Feb 2012 // 3:35 AM

LOS ANGELES — When Whitney Houston was found lifeless in her Beverly Hills hotel room Saturday, music fans heard more than a few echoes of another 198

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Fave Five: Mike Scott of the Waterboys on Keith Richards

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"The Waterboys ambitious new double-album culls a lot of inspirations, but Mike Scott is happy to expound upon one of the key ones: Keith Richards and his most badass moments.

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