45 Years Ago: ‘Frampton’ Shows Peter Frampton the Way to Success
Guitarist's fourth solo album set the stage for one of the biggest-selling live discs of all time.
15 Years Ago: Billy Idol Raises ‘Devil’s Playground’ Comeback
Twelve years after his 'Cyberpunk' debacle, he staged a comeback with his emo-and-metal influenced 'Devil's Playground.'
Joan Jett’s ‘The Hit List’ Turns 30: A Track-by-Track Guide
Jett's 1990 covers album paid tribute to the power of rock, but not every song hit the mark.
How Alice Cooper Almost Added a James Bond Theme Song to His Resume
'The Man With the Golden Gun' could have had the rocker. It got Lulu instead.
Why Does Spielberg’s ‘1941’ Work So Much Better 40 Years Later?
God bless this mess of a comedy.
Is ‘Never Let Me Down’ Really David Bowie’s Worst Album?
Many songs belie the record’s reputation as a slapdash collection of various Bowie sounds and visions from the past.
40 Years Ago: ‘Escape From Alcatraz’ Revitalizes Clint Eastwood’s Career
After a few lightweight efforts, Clint Eastwood regained his footing by reuniting with director Don Siegel for 'Escape From Alcatraz.'
Hot Tuna’s Stop at Woodstock 50 Brings Jorma Kaukonen Full Circle: Exclusive Interview
Guitarist is one of a handful of performers from original festival who'll also play during golden-anniversary celebration.