Harvilla writes about music and other pop culture. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, and was alive in the ’80s.
Bonnie Raitt has been a lot of things—a blues singer, a rock singer, arguably a jazz singer, occasionally a country singer, and eventually a blockbuster pop singer—and on "I Can’t Make You Love Me," she pronounced herself the purveyor of a timeless, wrenching classic
In Episode 61 of ‘60 Songs That Explain the ’90s’—yep, you read that right—we’re breaking down "... Baby One More Time," how the media treated a young Britney, and the Big Bang of late-’90s teen pop
The Dr. Dre–led set was a long-overdue milestone for rap and may draw headlines beyond the performance, but it’s worth celebrating for its opulence