Styx, Joan Jett and Tesla Tour: A Tale of the Tape
It's a multi-platinum throw-down, pitting the Grand Illusionists, the woman with the Bad Reputation and the Modern-Day Cowboys in a rock battle royale.
Billy Gibbons Talks John Fogerty Collaboration, Next Solo Album
ZZ Top guitarist finds 'Holy Grail' with CCR frontman, returns to blues on next record.
‘Fuzz’ Guitar Tone Inventor Glenn Snoddy Dies
Nashville recording engineer created guitar distortion that defined the sound of rock 'n' roll.
35 Years Ago: Bob Marley’s Family Heads to Vaults for ‘Confrontation’
The posthumous album about Third World oppression closes his final album trilogy and his life's message.
Guns N’ Roses Release Previously Unseen ‘It’s So Easy’ Video
Featuring lots of shots of women dancing, rocking out and engaging in a little light bondage -- probably the tamest stuff they could show.
Paul Simon Plays Song He Hates for Oregon Fans
The singer-songwriter forgot the words to one of his songs. That's when things got weird.
30 Years Ago: Cinderella Avoid Sophomore Slump With ‘Long Cold Winter’
Some critics now say the record "ranks with any blues-rock of the ‘80s." Is it worth another listen?
Chris Cornell’s Death: One Year Later
We look at the awards, the tributes, the new music and more that have arrived leading up to the first anniversary of the Soundgarden singer's death.
Dave Grohl to Record 25-Minute Song ‘Just Because I Can’
Dave Grohl is making plans for a true solo project, a 25-minute instrumental song on which he will play all the instruments himself.
40 Years Ago: Barry Gibb Camps Out at No. 1 With Four Hits
In 1978, four consecutive songs written by Barry Gibb hit No. 1 -- a record that still stands. Here are their stories.
Isaac Hayes Reissues: Album Review
Had Isaac Hayes done nothing more than co-write "Soul Man," "When Something’s Wrong With My Baby," "I Thank You," and "Hold On, I’m Comin’," we would still speak of him with reverence.
25 Years Ago: Van Halen Release First Live LP, ‘Right Here, Right Now’
Van Halen's 1987 video 'Live Without a Net' was the first time most fans saw the new-look band, now with Sammy Hagar on vocals, in a concert setting.