The Fox Theatre's recent production of "Million Dollar Quartet," the musical based on the famous, one-time only jam session with the stars of Sun Studio, is a rousing and rollicking good time. A celebration of the early days of rock and roll and the influence and knack for talent of Sam Phillips, the show is a quick trip back in a time machine with a feel good, optimistic slant.
Congrats to the Beatles for reaching another milestone: public domain status in Europe.
Everett Dean has a flashy smile, a snazzy suit (or 17) and well-coiffed pompadour. But his music is honky tonk stomping rockabilly, the way it was meant to be played -- with a soulful croon and a hot sense of rhythm.