When Def Leppard’s ‘Make Love Like a Man’ Raised Eyebrows
Song's lyrics prompted some questions, but were never meant to be taken too seriously.
When the Steve Miller Band Reached a New Peak With ‘Book of Dreams’
"I felt like it was really in a groove," frontman says of productive late-'70s period.
Why Alan White Hung Up When John Lennon Called
Here’s what the recently deceased drummer once told UCR about his work alongside the former Beatle.
Remembering Soundgarden’s Final Concert
Only a few hours passed between the end of the performance on May 17, 2017, and Chris Cornell's death.
How ‘Stevie Wonder’s Original Musiquarium I’ Swept the Charts
Legend saw an opportunity to break new ground with a compilation.
Black Crowes, ‘1972’: Album Review
Six-song EP looks back 50 years ago with Stones, Bowie and Temptations covers.
Kevin Cronin Looks Back at 50 Years With REO Speedwagon
Frontman is also prepping a memoir about his life with the band.
45 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Shatter Attendance Records at the Silverdome
Rockers broke attendance record for single-act indoor concert.
How Elton John Got Back on Track With ‘Jump Up!’
New band members helped steer the legend's career back in the right direction.
30 Years Ago: How Queen Were Reborn at Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert
Tearjerking concert showed there might be more ahead for the band.
Eagles Pay Tribute to Late Glenn Frey at Detroit Performance
"It's always a little bittersweet to come play here, but we are forever connected with you," Don Henley told the audience.
Five Reasons Lionel Richie Should Be in the Rock Hall
"All Night Long" singer is an eyebrow-raising nominee for purists, but he deserves induction.