The Relevance of Elvis

June 29, 2022 Kidman J. Williams 0

by Kidman J. Williams There is a huge resurgence in Elvis Presley’s popularity with the Baz Luhramann movie “Elvis” starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler as The King. There has also been a considerable amount of surprising backlash from some so-called influencers and Rolling Stone and their pretend-time music journalists. […]

Kidman Williams on the New Music Section

July 15, 2016 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams Why should you care what I think about music? Should you? Probably not.  No more than you would listen to any other music journalist. You should probably trust me more than anyone at Rolling Stone. That stone has been rolling down the side of a steep […]

How Social Media Killed This Election

May 25, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

Illustration: david pratt by Tess F. Stevens Rolling Stone magazine recently ran a piece on their cover entitled, “Trump Unbound on the Campaign Trail”. You’d think the magazine that fostered some of the shrewdest political reporting of all time would give you an exposé. Something that would rock your world […]

Thirty-Five Years down the Rabbit Hole of Music

November 18, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Ernie Hurt As you read in my last entry regarding music, you can tell I reserve a fair level of distain for modern music. I’m not alone, and I find a shade of solace in that fact. My music taste lean towards only a small hand full of current […]