Caryn Rose

Caryn Rose is a Brooklyn-based writer who documents rock and roll, baseball and urban life. She is the author of the novels "B-Sides and Broken Hearts" and "A Whole New Ballgame." Find her on Twitter @carynrose

Honoring Aretha Franklin, legendary "Queen of Soul," the greatest singer of our time Caryn Rose
U2 isn't radical now: On tour, Bono calls for justice too softly — and safely — for 2018 Caryn Rose
In Trump's country: U2 takes "Joshua Tree" politics back on the road Caryn Rose
“Chuck has his own way of showing appreciation”: Concert documentary "Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll" offers a candid Insight into Chuck Berry Caryn Rose
More than a real cool time: Jim Jarmusch's "Gimme Danger" is essential viewing for Stooges fans Caryn Rose
The Book of Bruce: "Born to Run" is the Springsteen Bible fans have been waiting for Caryn Rose
Bruce Springsteen's "Chapter & Verse": A close read of the companion album to his memoir "Born to Run" Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": The live show triumph we've been waiting all season to see Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": Patti Smith, more Magic Tramps and Springsteen, who's "like an approachable Dylan" Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": Blink and you'll miss Bruce Springsteen Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": Elvis enters the building, and "the king of rock and roll is singing about lettuce" Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": David Bowie bookends, plus an Iggy Pop tease Caryn Rose
Your new Replacements bible: "Trouble Boys" tells the truth about the Replacements — if you can handle it Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": The New York Dolls & Lou Reed take the stage, and Pink Floyd abandons the cardinal rule of album cover art Caryn Rose
Behind the music on "Vinyl": Getting Sly & the Family Stone all wrong — at the expense of the band's women Caryn Rose