Recent and archived work by Evelyn McDonnell for The New York Times
Rock-Your-World Moments Fill New Music Memoirs From Tina Turner and a Disillusioned Hit Maker
Both Turner’s “My Story,” a sequel to 1986’s “I, Tina,” and “Anything for a Hit,” from the music scout Dorothy Carvello, expose the sleazy power dynamics of the rock ’n’ roll business.
By Evelyn McDonnell
POP/JAZZ; Why Aren't More Geeks With the Gizmos Girls?
Article by Evelyn McDonnell questions scarcity of female programmers in electronica, name given to emergent genres like techno, drum-and-bass, trip-hop and illbient, all of which substitute state-of-the-art technology for traditional instruments; says more women need to move from dance floor to disc jockey booth; contends scarcity of female progammers in electronica parallels shortage of female electricians and computer programmers elsewhere; drawing (L)
By Evelyn Mcdonnell