Inside this unfortunately locked cemetery lies the grave of Bob Moog. Born in 1934 in New York, Moog grew up in Flushing and then went to Bronx Science. Moog's father.
I have to say that the Rolling Stones having their tour actually sponsored by the AARP is so on the nose as to be the funniest thing I've ever seen.
This is the grave of John Lomax. Born in 1867 in Holmes County, Mississippi, Lomax grew up in Texas to a farming family. His father was a reasonable successful farmer,.
I watched Stop Making Sense again recently and I remain amazed. It's by so far the greatest concert film in history (and far better that Byrne and Spike Lee trying.
This is the grave of Mississippi John Hurt. Born in 1893 in Teoc, Mississippi, John Hurt grew up as part of the impoverished sharecropping Black working class of the South..
This is the grave of Alan Freed, visited in the aftermath of a ridiculous amount of snow not allowing me to get a better photo. Born in 1921 in Windber,.
This is a story of three great singer-songwriters. The first is John Prine. One of the greatest songwriters in American history, the much adored Prine was mourned deeply when he.
This is the grave of Estelle Axton. Born in 1918 in Middleton, Tennessee, Estelle Stewart's parents were farmers. Her early life seems to have been fairly unexceptional. Like lots of.