Kenneth Partridge's work has appeared in such publications as USA Today, the Village Voice and the Hartford Courant, as well as online at MTV Hive and HowAboutWe, among other sites. He's helped to edit two encyclopedias -- one on Latin music, the other on reggae -- and penned biographies about Louis Armstrong and the opera singer Marian Anderson. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his beloved wife and slightly less beloved record collection.
2013 Grammys: Black Keys’ ‘Lonely Boy’ Wins Best Rock Song
The Black Keys' 'Lonely Boy' has won Best Rock Song at the 2013 Grammys. The tune kicks off the Ohio garage-rock duo's seventh full-length, 'El Camino,' which also came up big at tonight's ceremony, earning Best Rock Album honors.
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Their guitar playing may be entertaining, but those expressions are stealing the show!
Muse Rock ‘SNL,’ Perform ‘Madness’ and ‘Panic Station’ [Watch]
Last night (Oct. 6), Muse brought their outsized sound to 'Saturday Night Live,' performing two songs from their just-released sixth album, 'The 2nd Law.' The British foursome served up 'Madness,' a shimmery, U2-style stadium jam (above), and 'Panic Station,' …