David Browne is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone, and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Time, Spin, the New Republic, Men's Journal, the Huffington Post, and numerous other outlets. For many years he was the music critic at the New York Daily News and then Entertainment Weekly, where, among other tasks, he worked as a roadie for Kiss, shared a bagel with Leonard Cohen in Cohen's Montreal home, and spent time on the tour buses with Coldplay and the Black Crowes.
- Fire and Rain: The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor, CSNY, and the Lost Story of 1970
- Dream Brother: The Lives and Music of Jeff and Tim Buckley
- Goodbye 20th Century: A Biography of Sonic Youth
Many people point to 1969 as being a pivotal year for change. But Rolling Stone writer David Browne is more convinced that 1970 is the true culprit to the end of peace and love. He joined George Knapp to look at how 1970 changed the world through the stories of four rock and roll bands. First hour guest, remote viewing teacher Maj. Ed Dames announced that he'd remote viewed the location of... More »Host: George Knapp