Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks: A History of Their Friendship and Musical Collaborations
A look back at the musical collaborations between long-time pals Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks.
2016 Gift Guide: 18 Festive Holiday-Themed Classic Rock Items
Need to find something for the classic rock fan in your life? Our gift guide can help.
How Rush Survived the ’80s
Like many '70s bands, Rush adapted with changing musical trends and embraced synthesizers during the '80s.
How Rush’s ‘2112’ Changed Chad Smith’s Life: Exclusive Video Premiere
The Nov. 3 theatrical premiere of Rush's Time Stand Still documentary comes with an added exclusive bonus: a 20-minute film titled Rush: A Salute to Kings.
35 Years Ago: The U.K. Launches the ‘Home Taping Is Killing Music’ Campaign
The British Phonographic Industry looked to convince the public of the dangers of dual-cassette decks.
Listen to the Ann Wilson Thing!’s Cover of Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Manic Depression': Exclusive Pr…
Ann Wilson Thing!'s covered Jimi Hendrix's 'Manic Depression.'
25 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen Marries Patti Scialfa
On June 8, 1991, Bruce Springsteen married E Street Band member and bona fide Jersey girl Patti Scialfa in the garden of their shared Beverly Hills mansion.
How a Rolling Stones Ad Spawned a Music Industry Revolution
An ad campaign to promote the Rolling Stones' then-new album 'Black and Blue' got the band in trouble with feminists.
The Night Motley Crue Played Their First Concert
Motley Crue performed in public for the first time when they opened for Y&T on April 24, 1981.
When Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx Was Declared Dead
From a career standpoint, Motley Crue had nine lives. Nikki Sixx might have used up at least half of them.
The Night Neil Peart Played His First Show With Rush
Contrary to popular belief, this wasn’t Rush's first American concert.
Revisiting Heart’s Self-Titled, Mainstream Breakthrough Album
By the time 1984 rolled around, Heart were at a serious career crossroads. Then they released their self-titled 1985 album.