Elmyr de Hory, el falsificador mítico, no copiaba cuadros sino estilos. Sus Picasso, Modigliani, Matisse y Derain colgaron de algunos de los principales museos de Norteamérica. Desde su refugio en Ibiza, donde pasó sus últimos años, siguió pintando al estilo de los grandes... Su vida rocambolesca inspiró la película 'F for Fake', de Orson Welles
Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" Walker (1910-1975) a critically acclaimed black American…
74 years ago today: Henry 'Son' Sims and a young Muddy Waters record for Alan Lomax just outside of Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Montgomery - Learn more about country music star Hank Williams at the Hank Williams Museum
Pearl Jam puts out the best posters for current bands.
Amos Milburn (April 1, 1927 – January 3, 1980) was a rhythm and blues singer and pianist, popular during the 1940s and 1950s. He was born and died in Houston, Texas. One commentator noted, "Milburn excelled at good-natured, upbeat romps about booze and partying, imbued with a vibrant sense of humour and double entendre, as well as vivid, down-home imagery in his lyrics."
Flashback: Eagles Reunite at Hall of Fame
The Eagles broke their "no former members" policy for a single night when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. For the only time in history, all seven Eagles took the stage. "We said, 'We used to do this with four people, so surely we can do this with seven,'" says founding guitarist Bernie Leadon. "It just meant that someone was doubling someone else's part."