45 Years Ago: Paul McCartney Takes the Ultimate Silly Love Song to No. 1
What's wrong with that? As far as he was concerned – nothing.
How the Events of 2020 Changed Bon Jovi’s ‘2020’ Album: Interview
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer discusses charity, America and how "Runaway" was more socially conscious than one might have thought.
The History of Eddie Van Halen’s 12 Most Famous Guitars
The famous Frankenstrat is one of the many instruments the guitar wizard has played and designed.
Robert Plant Moves Forward With the Past: Concert Review
The singer played the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, Colo. We were there.
10 Years Ago: ‘U2 3D’ Doesn’t Rattle, but It’s a Great Encore
With the first drum thump and guitar crunch of U2's “Out of Control,” it was clear the Irish quartet wasn’t going to spend its career banging around Dublin bars.
When Billy Joel Staged a One-Off Comeback With ‘Christmas in Fallujah’
His holiday-themed protest song with a 21-year-old unknown was an unexpected surprise.
Pete Townshend Says He Was the Who’s ‘Timekeeper': Exclusive Interview
Pete Townshend is currently on the road for the Classic Quadrophenia tour.
Alice Cooper Says He Writes About ‘Characters People Can Relate To': Exclusive Interview
Alice Cooper is a nice guy. Yes, his lyrics say something different. But, honestly, the godfather of shock rock is as friendly as they come.
5 Reasons the Cars Should Be in the Hall of Fame
We offer several good reasons why the Cars belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.