I’m not even going to try to aim for journalistic objectivity on this one— I love Bret Michaels. Love him, love him, love him. I love him as a solo artist, as the frontman of legendary hair metal band Poison, and as a reality TV star. I even own a bottle of his Roses & Thorns
That’s A Good Way To Get to Heaven: The Music and Life of Big Jack Reynolds documentary showcases some great reasons why this obscure bluesman should be remembered.
John Cusack is like Betty White— it’s simply impossible not to adore him. The erstwhile star of classic ’80s teen films like “Say Anything,” “Better Off Dead,” and “One Crazy Summer”, grew up to star in offbeat fare such as “High Fidelity,” “Being John Malkovich,” and “The Ice Harvest” is now on the road re-screening
On Monday, October 4, 1982, the father of pop art Andy Warhol wrote the following excerpt in his diary: “(He) brought Jean-Michel Basquiat with him. He’s the kid who used the name ‘Samo’ when he used to sit on the sidewalk in Greenwich Village and paint T-shirts, and I’d give him $10 here and there and