Badfinger were supposed to be the next Beatles. Instead, they paid a tragic price for having bad, unscrupulous management.
How a chain-reaction of events in the early 2000s led to Michael Jackson’s downfall.
Lou Pearlman was one of the most influential music moguls of his time. And one of the biggest fraudsters.
How record label politics, changing times, deteriorating personal relationships and splitting with hitmaking songwriters and producers ended Boyz II Men’s run as chart-topping hitmakers.
It’s hard enough to follow up a great debut album– especially if you rush out a terrible second album.
Toad the Wet Sprocket return with their first album since 1997.
Sugar Ray was, perhaps, the ultimate party band of the late 90s/early 00s. Then the party ended.
I liked the lede on this one. My wife came up with the blog post headline. I was trying to think of something other …