We’ve seen several careers come to an end on (or above) the stage of the MTV Video Music Awards.
Sugar Ray was, perhaps, the ultimate party band of the late 90s/early 00s. Then the party ended.
Limp Bizkit were everywhere in the late 90s/early 00s. Then they fell off the face of the earth.
Plenty of artists with cult followings go mainstream and become popular. R.E.M. went from highly-regarded college band to one of the biggest and most …
It’s been said that great art comes out of great suffering or adversity. That wasn’t the case for Metallica’s “St. Anger.”
Toad the Wet Sprocket return with their first album since 1997.
When done right, concept albums can be career enhancing. Or they can be disasters.
Sometimes, coins that were unpopular and widely denigrated in their day end up being vindicated by later generations.