Although he died at the age of just 56, Warren Zevon stuffed at least two lives into his years on earth. That's the explanation for the subtitle of a new biography by C.M. Kushins, 'Nothing's Bad Luck: The Lives of Warren Zevon."
Glen E. Friedman's photos of Fugazi, captured in a new edition of his book 'Keep Your Eyes Open,' employ the same purist aesthetic the band brought to everything they did. Another new photo book, Antonia Tricarico's 'Frame of Mind,' spotlights women musicians in the D.C. scene Fugazi helped to shape.
Tina Schlieske is a true Minnesota music icon. She led Tina and the B-Side Movement, one of the busiest and biggest bands to come out of the Twin Cities in the '80s and '90s. In the 21st century her adventures have included solo albums, a stint with the late Stevie Ray Vaughan's band Double Trouble, and a new band called Genital Panic.
Backstage at the Armory in Minneapolis, Jade had the chance to catch up with Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. In the news today: White Sox take heat for celebrating 'disco demolition,' Spice Girls animated movie planned, rapper Bushwick Bill has died at 52, Radiohead dropped 18 hours of rare audio, and a 2008 fire is revealed to have destroyed priceless master recordings. Plus, this week in music history and a dive into new tunes from Iron & Wine and Calexico; Bruce Springsteen; Mattiel; and Madonna. Plus, Adele raps!