Lou Pearlman was one of the most influential music moguls of his time. And one of the biggest fraudsters.
Lip syncing and not performing on albums are nothing new. But when Milli Vanilli did it, people lost their minds.
You’d think that being the primary frontman of a boyband would be an excellent platform for solo superstardom. After all, it’s your voice on …
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.
When New Kids on the Block (sorry, NKOTB) tried to re-invent their sound, let’s just say it was not successful.
One of the few times Mike Love and not Brian Wilson helmed a Beach Boys album. Let’s just say it didn’t go well.