Phil Ehart Looks Back at 8 Key Albums as Kansas Turns 50
Founding drummer dives into early recordings, career-making triumphs and band's recent comeback.
Kansas’ Phil Ehart on the Band’s 50 Years: ‘Not Ready to Hang It Up Yet’
The band just released a career-spanning compilation album, 'Another Fork in the Road.'
Queen Commemorated With 13 New Postage Stamps
Band is honored with the set 50 years after its formation.
Tim Staffell of Pre-Queen Band Recalls Friend Freddie Mercury
UCR spoke with the singer of the band that featured Brian May and Roger Taylor before they became famous.
Why ZZ Top Were Far From an Obvious Documentary Subject
Director Sam Dunn talks about his movie on the Texas trio in an exclusive interview.
Huey Lewis Recorded New ‘Weather’ Album Before Hearing Loss
Hitmaker talks about his first LP of original material in two decades.
Ian McDonald Reflects on His New Band and King Crimson at 50
Multi-instrumentalist looks back at his old band, talks about his new one and reflects on career in interview.
‘Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice': Movie Review
Documentary chronicles the fascinating life and career of one of music's most influential female artists.
Stewart Copeland Remembers the Police’s Early Days in Documentary: Exclusive Interview
Drummer recalls band's rise to fame in 'Everyone Stares.'
Why Randy Bachman Left as the Guess Who Began to Peak: Interview
He wrote or co-wrote a string of hits for the Guess Who including “These Eyes,” “American Woman,” “No Time,” and “Laughing.”
How Randy Bachman Got Bachman-Turner Overdrive in Gear: Interview
Their '70s-era success represented vindication for leader, whose decision to leave the Guess Who had been widely questioned.
Roxy Music Bandmate Says Brian Eno Won’t Attend Rock Hall Induction
Guitarist Phil Manzanera says two band members aren't coming to ceremony.