Racheal Price beautifully covers Blind Faith's classic.
I love me some keyboards. Excerpts of some good ones here. (It may just be coincidence, but they're all--with one exception in the "honorable mentions"--over 30 years old.)
How did he come up with this stuff? (1 minute video.)
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears. The vocals, guitars, and drums are pretty good. The two sax players are lagniappe.
Link courtesy of my older daughter.
Review of Leo Fender, Les Paul, and the Guitar-Pioneering Rivalry That Shaped Rock ’n’ Roll.
"There are few celebrities in the world who are exactly what you want them to be, but Dolly Parton is one of them."
At 75 years young, Mr. Richards is apparently still going strong. (I'm old enough to remember when the saying "Don't trust anyone over 30" was popular.)
Some discussion of the phenomenon of "misheard lyrics".
"10 Things You Didn’t Know About Bob Dylan’s Never Ending Tour On three decades — and nearly 3,000 shows."
Dylan has been touring for thirty years. Even if you're not a fan at all, this is an interesting look at an unusual musician.
Related: G. E. Smith, who played in Dylan's backing band for a few years, is interviewed about tourning with Dylan. (12.5 minute video.)