Allison Rapp is a New York City-based music and culture journalist. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, City Limits and more. She tweets at @allisonrapp22
Letter Signed by John Lennon on Day of His Murder Up for Auction
A legal document dated Dec. 8, 1980, is expected to fetch over $50,000.
40 Years Ago: Marvin Gaye Seeks Solace With ‘Sexual Healing’
Hit earned a pair of awards at the 1983 Grammys, the only two R&B legend claimed during his lifetime.
Micky Dolenz Sues FBI Over Monkees File
Litigation proceedings are intended to reveal the rest of a heavily redacted file on the group.
Mick Jagger Tests Positive for COVID-19, Stones Concert Postponed
Band's performance in Amsterdam this evening will be rescheduled for a later date.
50 Years Ago: Aretha Franklin Makes Gospel History in Two Days
"It’s her greatest work," Curtis Mayfield once said of the double live album 'Amazing Grace.'
Hear Sheryl Crow’s Cover of ‘Live With Me’ Featuring Mick Jagger
Rolling Stones singer plays harmonica on newly recorded take on his band's classic.
Doobie Brothers Add 11 New Dates to 50th-Anniversary Tour
Several major cities are now included in the trek.
Elton John Announces Final North American Arena Tour Dates
Farewell Yellow Brick Road trek is slowly coming to a close.
John Oates on Solo Tour: ‘I’m Not Just the Guy in the MTV Videos’
Half of legendary duo is hitting the road for "songs and stories" with Nashville guitarist Guthrie Trapp.
Five Reasons Carly Simon Should Be in the Rock Hall
She was one of the era's most confessional, candid and passionate artists.