The lights, the crowds, the music! Ben Fong-Torres covered it all at Rolling Stone as its legendary writer and first music editor. Ben’s life is an epic sweep through the world of rock and roll. The American-born son of Chinese immigrants, Ben grew up in Chinatown with only a radio to the outside world. Driven by a passion for music and writing, his groundbreaking work helped define American culture. He became a voice of a generation which changed America forever.
Barry’s Death and Bob Dylan (final)
The Ray Charles Interview
After Rolling Stone
Bonus! Barry’s Death and Bob Dylan (pre-release edit)
An interesting alternate version with the scenes in a slightly different order. Which is better?
Run-DMC DJ Jam Master Jay (Jason Mizell) made a huge impact in music and his community. But friends and family still seek closure years after his unsolved murder.
“The night of the murder”
“The witnesses were afraid”
“You want to get away with murder?”
The State of Eugenics is a documentary about the eugenics movement in America, and the decades-long political battle that was waged in North Carolina to get monetary compensation for over 7,000 victims of a state-sponsored eugenics program that ran from World War II until the 1970’s.
“The Bill Fails”