Allison Rapp is a New York City-based music and culture journalist. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, City Limits and more. She tweets at @allisonrapp22
40 Years Ago: A Shelved Song Finally Breaks Bryan Adams In America
Track from Canadian native's third album had been written before his first album was even released.
Five Reasons Sheryl Crow Should Be in the Rock Hall of Fame
From being Michael Jackson's backing singer to a nine-time Grammy winner, singer-songwriter has proven her status as a rock 'n' roll star.
Prince Once Invited Shania Twain to Make the ‘Next “Rumours” Album’
Country star was in the middle of a divorce from producer Mutt Lange when she got a call asking her to record a Fleetwood Mac-like LP at Paisley Park.
Win a Signed Tom Petty ‘Live at the Fillmore 1997′ Vinyl Set
Autographs will include Heartbreakers Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Scott Thurston and Steve Ferrone.
Watch a Clip From New Carole King Central Park Concert Film
Never-before-seen footage from 1973 performance is at center of 'Home Again: Live in Central Park.'
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Reveals 2023 Nominees
This year's class includes eight first-time nominees, plus six returning.
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Announce North American Tour
The duo's March performance at Red Rocks will be available as a worldwide stream.
The Smile Announces New Live EP and More Tour Dates
Summer shows will find the band making first appearances in several major North American cities.
The Who Announces ‘Live at Wembley’ Album
LP recorded at sold-out London concert in 2019 coincides with new U.K. tour.
Everything We Know About the Fleetwood Mac-Inspired ‘Daisy Jones’
New Amazon Prime miniseries depicts a fictional '70s rock band on its journey to global stardom.
Dean Daughtry, Co-Founder of Atlanta Rhythm Section, Dead at 76
Keyboardist was the band's sole constant member since its inception in 1970.
Rick Wakeman Announces Solo US Tour
An Evening With Rick Wakeman: His Music and Stories will include music from Wakeman's solo catalog, Yes and other "quirky covers."