Grab your SAD lamps—we're saying goodbye to three trailblazing women (two real, one fictional).
Don't let the door hit you on the way out, 2021.
Reflecting on the 16th anniversary of Link Wray's death and celebrating Native American Heritage Month.
A 50-year-old Japanese bluegrass band, new Indigenous-focused TV and radio, and a controversial Link Wray Covid PSA.
This summer's Link-iversaries: His self-titled album turns 50, plus the 64th anniversary of 'Rumble.'
A new Link Wray reissue for Record Store Day, plus an interview with Country Queer publisher/editor-in-chief Dale Henry Geist to kick off Pride Month.
In honor of his birthday, a look back at 1979—the year Taurean mastermind Link Wray turned 50 and released 'Bullshot,' his 'middle finger to the…
63 years after the release of Link Wray's "Rumble," the moral panic cycle continues.
Janet Jackson's 'Control' turns 35, R.I.P. to The Animals' Hilton Valentine, and surveying the "rotten orchard" that is country music.
Why Link Wray should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame—oh, and why you should care about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Join me at 7 p.m. Mountain time to discuss Link Wray and Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, hosted by Central New Mexico Community College
Link Wray links, a new playlist and five things that might restore an iota of your faith in humanity.