Bob Dylan’s new album, “Shadows in the Night,” is comprised of songs sung by Frank Sinatra. Seth Rogovoy asks “why?”
The release of the “The Complete Basement Tapes,” a six-CD set, shows why Bob Dylan’s unofficial 1967 recordings were such an important chapter in his career and in the history of rock music.
Approximately 2.65 million Americans have “cut the cord” and canceled their cable TV subscriptions in favor of streaming and other ways of getting TV services. And now CBS and HBO have joined the streaming party.
Bettye Lavette infuses everything all her songs — from soul originals to Neil Young covers — with grit and determination.