G.H. Harding

The Glorious Corner: R.I.P. Chuck Berry and Jimmy Breslin, Peter Jackson’s Kong and More!

  G.H. Harding  HAIL HAIL CHUCK BERRY — Rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry, famous for writing and recording songs such early rock classics as “Johnny B. Goode,” “Maybellene” and “Sweet Little Sixteen,” was found dead at a residence outside St. Louis, Missouri on the weekend. Local law enforcement “responded to a medical emergency on Buckner […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Greg Allman, Hall & Oates Memoir, Jennifer Lopez/Ray Liotta “Show Shades Of Blue”, Nile Rodgers and More!

  G.H. Harding  ALLMAN NOT TO TOUR — “It has been determined that Gregg will not be touring in 2017,” explains a statement on his official website. “For those of you who purchased tickets for shows in June, contact the ticket outlet from where you purchased the tickets for a refund.” Last November, the former Allman […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Turner Classic Movies’ Robert Turner Passes, NBC’s 90th Anniversary, Monkee Michael Nesmith Speaks and More

  G.H. Harding  Osborne Passes — Turner Classic Movies on Tuesday announced plans to honor longtime host Robert Osborne with a 48-hour tribute featuring a selection of long-form interviews from his 23-year tenure with the channel. Osborne, who served as a host for TCM since its inception in 1994, passed Monday after a year-long illness. He was […]

Today in the Glorious Corner: Reese Witherspoon, Beck, The Archies, Nile Rodgers and More!

  G.H. Harding  BIG LITTLE LIES — We caught the debut of HBO’s Big Little Lies last weekend, featuring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Laura Dern and really fell hard for it. Based on the book Lies, by Liane Moriarty, it centers on several mothers in upscale Monterey. Witherspoon really marks a career-high here as the pushy, chirpy, know-it-all Madeline […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: The Academy Apologizes, Kimmel Scores, The Rolling Stones, Coachella Festival and More!

    G.H. Harding  OSCAR BLUES —Almost 24-hours after the Best Picture Oscar was awarded to La La Land  instead of the true winner, Moonlight, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences released a statement, apologizing to those involved in the error. Deeply regretting the mistake, the Academy saluted the “tremendous grace they displayed under the circumstances.” Pricewaterhouse Coopers, who issued a second apology just minutes before, took […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Jazz Guitarist Larry Corywell Passes, BBC’s Summer of ’67, Micky Dolenz, Ryan “Gooch” Nelson and More!

  G.H. Harding CORYELL PASSES — Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, known as the Godfather of Fusion, has died in New York City. He was 73. His publicist, Kurt Nishimura, said Coryell died Sunday in his hotel room of natural causes. He had just performed two shows at the Iridium on Friday and Saturday. Coryell grew up in the […]

Today in the Glorious Corner: Ed Sheeran, Netflix’s The OA, The Moody Blues and More!

    G.H. Harding  MORE SHEERAN –— In celebration of his 26th birthday, global ED SHEERAN shares “How Would You Feel (Paean),”– a brand new song from his highly anticipated album ÷ (pronounced divide), which will be released on March 3rd via Atlantic Records. “How Would You Feel (Paean)” is available now at all DSPs and streaming […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Asia’s John Wetton Passes, Nicole Kidman, Jason Momoa, Rockers On Broadway and More!

  G.H. Harding  ASIA’S WETTON PASSES —John Wetton, the bassist and singer for Asia, as well as a former member of King Crimson and U.K., has died at the age of 67 after a prolonged battle with cancer. Wetton first came to rock fans’ attention in 1972 when he joined a revamped King Crimson lineup, sticking with the group over a two-year span […]