Robert Seidenberg

Twenty-seven years after his death, Otis Redding's influence is still strong
The music producer reflects on Michael Jackson and his contributions to the upcoming album
Rock and rolls original bad boy discusses his life and upcoming album
Blue Night
The singer?s daughter, Nona Gaye, sings and reminisces about her father?s songs
The Flaming Lips Suck Up to '90210'
The strange ways that record labels are releasing new albums like "The Hits," "Vitalogy," and "The Black Album"
Soma City
Rappers won't let jailtime slow them down
Twenty-seven years after his death, Otis Redding's influences is still strong
The bizarre couple has come together to create music for Don Juan DeMarco
The musician wants to liberate "The Gold Experience" from Warner
This year's alternative music festival lacks a little Nirvana
The 60s phenomenon resurfaces in a new generation
After his last movie bombed, the comedian returns with a ''City Slickers'' sequel
Poised for stardom, the irreverent comedian battled censors and cancer before his death on February 26th
With John Lennon gone, a reunion album isn't really a reunion
The 25th anniversary celebration with performances by Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers and others is official
The former Monkee talks about his new album, ''The Garden''
Ten years after the death of one of the greatest soul singers, Motown prepares for a yearlong tribute
Don't tell the rising star of 'Blink' that she looks beautiful when she's angry
The rock star in talks with Billboard
Chatting with music's big-band Santa
Lou Reed and John Cale clash, leading to the band's second break-up