Lost in the smoky haze of 1960s history is the Laurel Pop Festival held in July 1969, which was attended by 15,000 fans and offered an incredible lineup of some of the biggest pop performers of the year.
The Library of Congress today released a collection of interviews on topics such as sex, drugs and rock and roll -- including Paul McCartney relating how pot and other drugs boosted the Beatles' creativity.
Small is the new big.That's the premise behind the inaugural Main Street Music Fest on Saturday, Sept. 29 in downtown Ellicott City. Organizers say the event aims to shine a light on the area's independent music scene
South River High School foreign language teacher Jodie Hogan recently named the Maryland Foreign Language Association Teacher of the Year, an honor that culminates 12 years of teaching at South River High and seven years as an adjunct professor at Anne Arundel Community College.
Whitney Houston, who reigned as pop music's queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, has died. She was 48.
"The Girl in the Picture (Napalm Girl)," released by Yanah in 2004, is one of over 300 famous and not-so-famous songs and spoken-word tracks about the war that are included in a 13-CD musical anthology.
By By Janene Holzberg and Special to The Baltimore Sun